We specialize in a unique selling program so that we can turn 18-45-year old women into high achievers who can go their own way in life and be financially stable with our ten-year plan. As an exotic dancer, it is of the utmost importance that you keep drugs, alcohol, and bad (or illegal) business practices out of your life for good. If you want to learn the correct way to become an exotic dancer and become wealthy, let us show you how to do it. Entertainment Done Right is here for the women that want to do that.
My name is Christine Check and I’m from Las Vegas, NV. Throughout my childhood, I always thought I would pursue the sciences or something in the science field. As I started pursuing those dreams in my college years, I realized it wasn’t what I wanted anymore, and I wanted to find something new. That’s when I found pole dancing. I immediately fell in love with the art form and the elegance of the performance. It required impressive strength that I always yearned to have. I decided to become an exotic entertainer and try new ways of advancing myself financially and mentally. Through the years of dancing, I started learning the proper ways to interact and socialize, as well as increase my financial profits and my business skills. No matter how much I practice, there were always a few things I never learned how to properly execute, and I always struggled with. EDR was the tool that I needed to sharpen those skills and start really applying them to all aspects of my life. Looking back at the girl I was when I first started dancing and seeing the woman I’ve turned into now.
Hi, my name is Brianna Duchesne. I have a couple sisters, but the only one I know is Jessica Pachal. I also have 3 brothers: Travis, Eric, and Shayne. I was adopted with my twin sister, Jessica, and found out about more of our siblings in 2019. I am a very sweet person and I used to have bad anxiety, but I have been working on it and have gotten better. I am a hard worker and a people pleaser. I was born in California but have lived in Vegas since I was 6. I love animals and even have a golden retriever named Keanu. I also went to school and studied zoology. I've played a bunch of sports growing up, soccer, basketball, softball, track and field, archery, volleyball, flag football and more. I was in the adventure crew, which is the division of the boy scouts. It was a lot of fun going camping and hiking. In my free time I like to relax or take my dog to the park, or even go ax throwing. anything outdoors, really. It would be nice if I can one day own my own animal sanctuary and/or buy land to make it a nature preserve. I love animals and want to help. I started dancing, which I have a lot of fun doing. Now I want to help others who want to get into it and help better their money. I hope to be able to retire within 5-10 years.
Mark LoBello, B.S.B.A., J.D., General Counsel. Mr. LoBello is a member of the International Order of Barristers. He is licensed before all State Courts in Nevada, the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. LoBello graduated from the USD School of Law in 1990. His extensive academic work on Copyright Law was published by the Whittier Law Review. Resident of Las Vegas since 1973, his practice of 30 years concentrated in all areas of general civil law and litigation and general business and commercial law and litigation. Mr. LoBello acts as General Counsel to the Company.