According to Awad, “thousands” of people have contacted the private club over the past week in an attempt to join. Meanwhile, there are already “hundreds of people awaiting approval.”
Awad, who also goes by the stage name Senior, explained that in order to join the club you need to get an invite from a band member.
The club welcomes new members from February 2022 if they pass the video interview and are selected by Awad, who conducts the interviews himself.
What is requested during this interview?
Awad said during the interview he wanted to assess “personality, energy, mood, make sure they understand the rules, know their age, background and general status in society “.
Asked about this last point, the founder of the club explained that he wants to know his job and his training and make sure that he does not have a criminal record.
However, active members cannot just hand out invitations like Halloween candy.
“Members all have invitation codes. They earn invitation codes by coming to events, etc. With those invitation codes, they can invite people,” Awad explained.
However, people have to be careful who they choose to invite, because if they invite the wrong person, there are consequences: “If they invite someone who is banned, they cannot invite anyone else. . In fact, the founder says it happens regularly: “At every event we ban people.
What events has the 111 Private Club organized?
Although the Mexican saga is the first event to gain such notoriety, Awad has confirmed that it is not the first gathering of its members.
He mentions some events that took place in 2021: “Chalet à Trois-Rivières” on June 4, “Pool Party” on July 3, “Le Loup de Wall Street” on August 28, “Tulum Montreal” on September 24 and “ Halloween (Part I) “October 30.
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The event organizer said all of the above events were successful with more to come.
So why hold private events and not open parties to attract more people? He explained that he wanted to control the quality, the ratio of men to women and “to organize safe and successful events”.
For now, it’s safe to assume that all club events in Quebec will be put on hold as gatherings are banned until further notice in Quebec under the Public Health Act.
Another trip is already planned during planning. “We are going to Greece for the next trip,” Awad confirmed.
According to Journal of Quebec, he could face a fine of $ 100,000 for travel to Mexico because he does not have a travel agent license. The Consumer Protection Office (OPC) is currently carrying out verifications.
Awad, for his part, denied this information: “It is fake media. I do business with travel agencies, I do not need a license.”
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