While it is true that women have just in recent decades broken through the glass ceiling of corporate America, the key point in regards to this issue is economical, not societal.
Miami, FL (Vocus) November 2, 2010
Sugardaddie.com long known for its commitment to helping women obtain and maintain a more deserving, lavish lifestyle, has jumped on the bandwagon in support of Ladies’ Night. With more and more jurisdictions contemplating ‘banning’ Ladies’ Night as we’ve always known it, touting free drinks and half-price specials to bar-hopping women all around the country, Sugardaddie.com, sees this as an opportunity to champion a worthwhile cause for their clients.
In a recent statement released, Sugardaddie.com’s President / CEO Steven Pasternack stated, “Women deserve a break for all the years of discrimination they have endured; everything from lower salaries for equal work to being locked up at home raising families. To allow today’s woman the small perk of being able to go out and enjoy free drinks is certainly not going to break the economy. Any man that claims this is a form of discrimination probably isn’t someone that belongs out in a bar or on our website anyway.”
He went on to say that women of today work hard to foster their Sugar Daddy relationships and should feel good about getting out and cutting loose once in a while. Noah Hochman, the Director of Operations has a similar but more analytical stance on the debate. “While it is true that women have just in recent decades broken through the glass ceiling of corporate America, the key point in regards to this issue is economical, not societal.” Mr. Hochman explained how in many local clubs, bars and other venues across the country, as well as on the online dating sites such as Sugardaddie.com, it is the women who draw in the throngs of higher spending gentleman. Give up, a few dollars in revenue to one group in order to make a few thousand dollars from another group. “It's not a difficult concept, merely supply and demand, those venues who can consistently create value, in this instance an abundance of wealthy men and exceptionally attractive women will survive in these difficult economic times," suggests Mr. Hochman.
It seems that the debate of whether Ladies’ Night is indeed discriminatory, or merely just an American institution, enjoyed by men and women for decades, will rage on for some time longer, but in the eyes of the executives at Sugardaddie.com, Ladies’ Night will continue to be a cause worthy of discussion.
Sugardaddie.com is an internet dating site that was founded in 2002. Since its inception they have appeared in the media numerous times in print, radio and TV etc, in both the United States and abroad. Sugardaddie.com offers a unique dating experience to meet the demand of its members who desire to meet others considered to be attractive and affluent.
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