The Earn the Necklace Web Site, Releases Statement on Billboards Appearing in Los Angeles Encouraging Cash-Strapped Students to Find a Sugar Daddy

EarnTheNecklace.com, a revealing and engaging web site containing articles written by women who exchange their stories and confessions about being in a relationship with a much older man, comments on a recent billboard marketing campaign recently launched in Los Angeles that advises students looking for a summer job to land themselves a sugar daddy.

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The Earn the Necklace Web Site, Releases Statement on Billboards Appearing in Los Angeles Encouraging Cash-Strapped Students to Find a Sugar Daddy

Dating a sugar daddy doesn’t appeal to everyone, but to the 1,400 new females in Los Angeles that signed up within 48 hours of the billboard going up.

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 08, 2013

EarnTheNecklace.com, a revealing and engaging web site containing articles written by women who exchange their stories and confessions about being in a relationship with a much older man, comments on a recent billboard marketing campaign recently launched in Los Angeles that advises students looking for a summer job to land themselves a sugar daddy.

A new billboard erected near UCLA that reads, “Hey Students, Need a Summer Job? Date a SUGAR DADDY,” is raising eyebrows. The ad features an image of Charlie Sheen’s one-time girlfriend, former adult film star Bree Olson, demurely applying lipstick.

“Dating a sugar daddy doesn’t appeal to everyone, but to the 1,400 new females in Los Angeles that signed up within 48 hours of the billboard going up, it certainly does,” says Bianca-Marie Coventry, EarnTheNecklace.com’s content manager. “For a growing number of people, age is just a number. And thankfully, the notion of younger women dating much older men is becoming more socially acceptable.”

The company behind the ad, ArrangementFinders.com, an online matchmaking service, maintains it is just trying to help out young female students saddled with debt or trying to get ahead in this weak economic climate.

“Two consenting adults seeking a mutually beneficial relationship is their business. A lot of younger women are tired of dating immature men their own age,” Coventry adds. “Instead, they prefer to be fun, happy, and sexy with a mature, older man who happens to have a great job. After all, there’s more to sexual chemistry than biology.”

To learn more about Earn the Necklace, visit the web site at http://www.EarnTheNecklace.com. We want to hear from women dating or married to men 20 years or more their senior! And if it’s a story we publish, we’ll pay $500.00, with an opportunity to write more. For more information, e-mail us at Bianca(at)EarnTheNecklace(dot)com.

About the Web Site: Earn The Necklace (EarnTheNecklace.com) is a web site featuring stories written by women in relationships with much older men, who want to help other women in the same situation. The site helps women in this position understand and navigate the potential ups, downs, joys, trials, and even unforeseen consequences, all based on real-life stories from women who have been in the same situation. Plus, the web site offers other celebrity gossip and juicy stories, all geared to those who are in a relationship with a much older man.


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