To Beat Bad Economy, Subway Restaurant Owner Sells Business and Goes into Adult Entertainment

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An Oakland restaurant owner has made an unusual career change because of the bad economy - from Subway restaurant franchisee to the adult entertainment video industry.

The online adult industry is recession proof

In today's troubled economy, career changes are common -- but a San Francisco restaurant franchise owner recently made one that's quite unusual.

Rock Lee, owner of a San Francisco-based Subway restaurant, recently decided to leave the food industry and instead started a successful new career in the adult entertainment video industry.

Lee produces amateur, unedited footage of adults locally and internationally, available at his site,

"The online adult industry is recession proof," Lee explained.

"With the recession going on, people are spending less on outdoor activities and more on indoor activities like Computer and T.V. entertainment. Millions of people visit adult-related websites every month whereas only a few hundred visited my restaurant. I thought, why shouldn't I make money from the internet? I can get into and make money in the industry instead of the high costs of running the restaurant business compared to running an online adult business?"

When Lee considered what type of online adult video business to go into, he decided to create the kind of entertainment that he felt was lacking in the adult video scene.

"I just want to see real unedited amateur models from around the world: I got tired of seeing the same pro models today in every adult DVD," according to Lee.


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