A new report from Inside Escorts, an escorts and escort industry trade magazine, claims that Miami escorts are being sold on the high end.
According to the report, a company called Escort Nation has a deal in place with escorts to take over the Miami escort industry, which is a growing business with around 4,000 workers and over 1,000 venues around the city.
The EscortNation deal would give the company an 80% ownership stake in the Miami Escort Industry, which includes escorts.
Escort companies in Miami are still very much a niche industry, with only about 300-400 people in the industry, according to the escorts industry trade publication.
This means that, as the escorting industry continues to grow, it’s possible that the Miami industry could expand significantly, as well.
The Miami Escorting Industry is one of the top-rated escort services in the United States.
According to Inside Escort, Miami Escorted has a total of about 880 escorts in the city, and the company currently employs about 600 people.
A company called B&G Escorts was previously in talks with Miami EscORT to take the Miami escort industry under its wing.
B&s escorts currently work in the same locations as Escortnation.
The company is reportedly looking to make a deal worth $2.2 million per year, and it’s unclear whether the deal is being negotiated or if the company is looking for a new location.
EscortNation is a new company, but its CEO has been running Escort Nations operations since 2009, according the Escort Republic, an escort industry magazine.
He is also the founder of B&ams escorts chain.
Escort Nation’s CEO, Brian Broughton, has also had experience in escorting.
In 2010, Broughtons business partner, David Pender, left his position as a professional escort after Broughts wife, Heather, was murdered by an ex-boyfriend.
As the Miami city government has been trying to clamp down on the city’s booming escort industry, Boughton has made it clear that he will continue to operate Escort National as well, as he said at the time.
Broughton has a history of being controversial.
In 2011, he filed for bankruptcy in New Jersey after the state’s attorney general filed a lawsuit against him for failing to pay back nearly $1 million in debt from escorts he owned.
He also was sued for fraud in Florida in 2012 for not paying escorts $5 million owed by a woman who accused him of molesting her as a child.
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