Club Promoter Salary Details

A club promoter is like a merger between the club manager and the prospective customers. What the promoter does is look for clubbers and brings them to a local club where he/she is connected with. And for that he/she gets a club promoter salary in the form of commissions, some free drinks and/or additional perks.

The basic inclusions in a club promoter salary are the percentage shares of the bar, food and drinks sales, admission fees, and other additional fees for a night’s event. The combination of fees vary since every club manager has a different arrangement with a promoter; and vice versa.

For an amateur promoter, night club promotion companies may pay from $2 to $10 per person. So if the promoter got 100 clubbers on a Saturday night, at the end of the shift he/she could get $200 to $1000 in cash payout. However, if the promoter runs the promotions company, he/she can get a packaged fee for running the event promotions. A club promoter’s salary may range from $1000 to $5000 for a single event night. However, this amount usually varies and it still depends on the type of event, size of the venue and the promoter’s reputation and experience in sending customers. Smaller clubs that can accommodate 200 to 300 people only, usually give a smaller payout.

Club promoters are not always given a cut on bar sales. But if you have a good business relationship with the club owner, you can possibly get a standard share of 10%. So if you brought several drinkers in your Saturday night’s batch of clubbers, you can get more from bar sales cut.

For an expert, his/her club promoter salary can go up to $10,000 or higher on a single night. Promoters can even get higher payouts if they work in cities such as Las Vegas, L.A. and New York. Bigger cities with lots of celebrity clubbers are the best places to work as club promoter because they never run out of parties and events, club-goers and tips too.

All in all, it is possible to get an annual club promoter salary of $100,000. There is also the possibility of earning thousands of dollars from tips, freebies and other perks courtesy of the club owners and some of the customers you work with.

Article source: