Playboy Clubs’ state for Bunny waitresses

Playboy Clubs’ state for Bunny waitresses

Before the days of Hugh Hefner and Playmates appearing on reality TV, waitresses known as Bunnies worked in his clubs.

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The first Playboy Club opened in Chicago in 1960, with subsequent clubs in New York, New Orleans, Los Angeles and Kansas City before the brand went global.

Bunny waitresses differed from Playmates, and the clubs meticulously screened women for the highly sought-after roles.

Bunny waitresses were afforded unprecedented financial independence, and many could save enough money to purchase their own homes.

The jobs were highly competitive, with hundreds of girls often interviewed for the handful of available positions.

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