Nina Mercedez, Lexi Lamour Form Feature Dancing Agency

LAS VEGAS—Nina Mercedez and Lexi Lamour have joined forces to form the new Feature Elite feature dance agency launching Sunday. The company will be booking out of Las Vegas where Mercedez and Lamour both recently relocated.

In Vegas, Lamour works for Brazzers and Mercedez just wrapped a show in which she was a principal showgirl in the main showroom at The Sahara.

The two veteran award-winning feature dancers say they have more to offer than the usual agents. The duo has more than 20 years combined on the feature dancing circuit and has competed in Miss Nude Universe, Miss Nude International and Miss Nude North America. 

Lamour has won Club Owner Favorite and Mercedez has won both Entertainer of the Year and Adult Performer of the Year in the Exotic Dancer Awards. 

The pair also works for Exotic Dancer Magazine at the Gentlemen’s Club Owners Expo. “Lexi and Nina are very well known names and they are trusted by all of our staff and all of the club owners. We are always very pleased to have them every year,” said Kevin at Exotic Dancer Magazine.

Feature Elite has just launched its official website and are representing over 20 showgirls and adult stars.

Feature Elite also has recruited two professional agents. The first is Eric L  a.k.a.  Ethan Cage, a veteran on the road as a manager and agent in the adult business. Eric has years of experience of one-on-one dealings with the top names in the adult business.

The agency also will have Raymond Balboa on hand. For almost 15 years Balboa worked in the gentlemen’s club industry as a manager and professional consultant for many of the top clubs in the U.S. including various locations for Christie’s Cabaret, Delilah’s and many more. The company said his familiarity of clubs, management, cost, ROI and PPA will be key in separating Feature Elite from the rest.  

The new agency will be offering a feature dance school headed up by Lamour. The basis is “none of Feature Elite’s  girls will hit the road without proper shows,” the company said.

Feature Elite “will only be putting out a polished product on the dance circuit in an valid attempt to breathe a breath of fresh air back into the business and hopefully bring feature dancing back to the pristine standard of what the club owners expect and most importantly, deserve.”