Blueprint for an Escort Service

Final Works Media LLC
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Blueprint for an Escort Service is written with legal issues in mind, but from a business perspective. The idea is to send out sexy escorts or dancers/strippers by the hour, and not for sex. If opening an escort business or entertainment company is your plan, this book will save you unimaginable trouble and avert potential disasters at every corner. This book was updated in February 2012.

You are receiving the benefit of my 13 years of experience in the escort business, and the 13 years does not include several years of knowledge developed from the arrest, case, and trial that resulted in my acquittal by jury. If you are going to read advice and operational plans in relation to the escort business, don't you want that advice to come from the one escort service owner in the US that beat racketeering and conspiracy charges?

This book is written for those people that suddenly find that they're on the verge of poverty and have the desire, audacity, and guts to dig their way out of that hole. It is also written for the wage slave that wants to live for a change, or the single mother that wants to spend time with her children, not working 50 hours a week for nothing. It could also be for the person with health problems that can't go out and do physical work, or for the reader that simply wants to know about escort business operations. Adult business is what you make it, and it certainly can be fun, exciting, and profitable all at the same time. It is a potential solution to financial problems.

The entire point of the book is to make opening an escort service or entertainment company anywhere a simple project. Some chapters are short as it is not my intention to reinvent the wheel. The word count total is 33,860.
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About the author

Vicky Gallas owned escort services in Orlando for many years. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Modern Social and Economic History and pursued graduate studies in History. A resident of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the author has acted as consultant to defendants facing criminal prosecution in the 'adult business' industry.
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Publisher
Final Works Media LLC
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Published on
Feb 13, 2012
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Pages
160
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ISBN
9781449945053
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Entrepreneurship
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This content is DRM free.
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