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Reanna, Austin
March 2011

Reanna, Austin

Re Re always comes to work with a positive attitude. She has blossomed as a leader and is a great trainer. The regulars love her, and the girls respect her. Our very own homegrown rock star, there is never a dull moment!

Hometown: Lufkin, TX

What’s the most fun about your job at Coyote Ugly?

The most fun thing about being a Coyote is when patrons come in to the bar with an open mind, ready and willing to have a good time with us. When the patrons do so, it always boosts my energy and makes being a Coyote so worth it!

What makes you a good Coyote?

What makes me a good Coyote is my positive energy and slight craziness. There is absolutely no telling what I’ll do from one minute to the next.

How long have you been a bartender?

I’ve been a bartender since I was 19. I started bartending at Logans Roadhouse after working my way up to that position from being a server.

What do you like to do on your off time?

I spend most of my off time with my family and friends. I think keeping your friends and family close is one of the single most important things in life. And if I’m not with them, I’m blasting my music in my room while doing something creative, whether it be writing poetry or scrapping, or even painting.

What is your favorite type of music?

My favorite kind of music is classic rock and r&b. Give me a little bit of Hendrix and some old school Braxton, and I’ll be set for days.

Do you think the movie is anything like the real thing?

I do think the movie is very much like the real thing. I always tell my family to watch the movie to see what I do, if they have never been in.

Why should a potential customer come and visit you?

A potential customer should come see me because I have a way of making their day better, always! Whether it be me making them laugh because I did something so random or just brightening their rough day by just lending my ear for a moment.

Do you have any advice for women who want to be a Coyote?

My best advice to women who want to be Coyotes is to let their inner vixens out. And as Jacqui would say, “”Be present in all you do.”” It makes a world of difference when you’re confident in everything you do!