Candy House

Business Address: 205 Snyders Corner Rd.
Wynantskil, NY 12198
Albany County
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Business Contact: Mr. Kirk Post
Owner
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Veteran Owned Business | Marines, Retired | Member since September 3rd, 2016

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Candy House is a Gentleman's club. Nestled in the back woods of the capital region, The Candy House Cabaret is the greater Albany, New York area's top destination for gorgeous girls and a clean, discreet setting.

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“We’re trained to do our jobs and react to certain situations just the way civilian employees are. But we also have leeway to use our intelligence and awareness to respond to new situations and come up with new ways of doing things. We work in teams, so as problems come up, we solve them collectively and understanding the company’s mission and looking to my employees for insights are all skills I learned while in service.”

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