This isn't your granddaddy's shoe shine parlor.
Scantily clad young ladies in tight tank tops and skimpy shorts work at what's being called the "Hooters" of shoe shine shops.
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At Star Shine in New York City, well-heeled Wall Street bankers and businessmen stroll in to have their shoe's cleaned by a bevy of beautiful girls.
One customer said, “Good looking women, they did a good job as well.”
Another said, “Girls are beautiful, they have a fun time, they're friendly.”
These ladies know what they're doing. Each girl goes through two weeks of professional training, where they learn how to polish, buff, and shine like a pro.
One of the show shiners, Samantha Nazario said, “Having girls here is really good because we're perfectionists. We won't let people leave unless they have a good shoe shine.”
They drum up business by handing out flyers. The service costs $7, a little more than a your average shoe shine, but the customers say it's worth it.
One customer declared, “Pay a few extra dollars, have a pretty girl shine your shoes, why not?”