Announcement: Coronavirus Precaution To Our Valued Clientele: While we have been through a similar circumstance in with the SARS outbreak and understand that the risk of contracting the COVID virus commonly referred to as Coronavirus remains low, the health and safety of our passengers, partners and employees is our top priority. As questions and concerns arise as a result of COVID, our company has taken a number of precautionary measures to provide the highest level of protection for our customers and staff. A thorough cleaning of vehicle interior surfaces with disinfectant wipes will be conducted following each ride, and all company working areas are cleaned and disinfected daily. Furthermore, we have instructed all employees to seek medical attention immediately if they feel unwell, and we do not allow sick employees to report for work under any circumstances. You may notice some changes to your regular service as a result of these precautions, such as the removal of all printed and reading materials from the seat-back pockets, the cessation of candy, mints, water or beverage offerings that are not individually packaged or sealed, unless requested, and the limiting of all physical material sharing between passengers and drivers wherever possible.
She became the world's most famous go-go dancer, dancing at the Condor for 22 years. The Whisky a Go Go was also the first go-go club to have go-go cages suspended from the ceiling they were there from the very beginning in , and thus the profession of cage dancer was born. The phrase go-go was adopted by bars in the s in Tokyo , Japan. It was of lesser reputation until it was abandoned by a majority of clubs and appropriated by burlesque and striptease establishments, which in turn became known as go-go bars and the women working there known as go-go dancers. A synonym used in Vietnam for go-go dancing is " table dancing ". Television and media[ edit ] Hullabaloo was a musical variety series that ran on NBC from 12 January — 29 August The Hullabaloo Dancers—a team of four men and six women—appeared on a regular basis.