Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 109: Las Vegas Escort Shares Shutdown Secrets

It’s time for another slapdash episode of the Vital Vegas Podcast, the podcast your mother would’ve warned you about if she had any clue what a podcast is.

In this episode, we chat with a Las Vegas escort, Holly Davis. Davis shares insights into her business, including some of the challenges facing sex workers during the COVID-19 shutdown.

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Shove a little Vegas in your earholes.

We also cover the latest news about the question on everybody’s lips: “When will Las Vegas casinos reopen?”

From who’s in trouble (Palms, Fiesta Henderson, Fiesta Rancho and Texas Station) to who’s in even more trouble (nightclubs, dayclubs and sports venues) and the restaurants that won’t be opening again at all (Santos Guisados Tacos, Ricardo’s Mexican, Hamptons, Brio, Sweet Tomatoes and Miller’s Ale House, among them).

Let’s drink heavily and marvel at how much Vegas isn’t Vegas at the moment. It won’t be easy, but we’ll be back, and sooner than you think.

7 thoughts on “Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 109: Las Vegas Escort Shares Shutdown Secrets

  1. Andrew

    “If you want to know what G-d thinks of money, just look who He gives it to.” . This a

  2. Mike

    HOLY SH*T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I’m just now getting around to listening to the pod, and damn…how did I miss the news elsewhere that you’ve bailed out of your digital marketing gig?

    Will be very interesting to see how you turn VV into a FT income. I bet there will be podcast sponsors, and more than one podcast a month.

    Wow, this is a huge bombshell.

    1. Tom, Dick, and Harry

      If Scott charged 10 cents for each comment posted, that would bring in about $1.90/day, once most of the brilliant minds that comment here decide their comments aren’t worth all that much after all. It wouldn’t generate a FT income, but it might raise the quality level of comments by 10 cents or so.

    2. Scott Roeben Post author

      Thanks for noticing! Yep, doing Vital Vegas full-time. You’re right there could be more frequent episodes, but be careful what you ask for.


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