A New Trend of Female Bouncers Hits San Diego’s Nightlife
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Tom Fudge: Certain words immediately create certain pictures in our heads and when I say ‘bouncer,’ you probably see a huge guy working in a bar with a grim expression on his face. If you’ve seen a lot of movies, he probably also has a shaved head and a goatee, but I digress. The point is, when I say bouncer, you probably don’t see a person who looks like Stacey Brown or Robin Burnett. But Stacey and Robin are female bouncers, or security guards, as their employer prefers to call them. A lot of women are being hired to keep patrons in line at bars, nightclubs and other events where people get out of hand.
- Stacey Brown, supervisor for XL Staffing and Security, and head of Security for Ole Madrid .
- Robin Burnett, administration assistant and security guard for XL Staffing and Security .
- Mike McCorkle, vice president of XL Staffing and Security .
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