Older Men Are Better Keynotes America's First Sugar Daddy Convention

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                                                                             Rich Gosse
                                                                             415-507-9962
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       Older Men Are Better Keynotes America's First Sugar Daddy
                              Convention
 Miss Sugar Baby USA will be crowned at the American Sugar Daddy Convention, September 21,
                              2013, in California's Silicon Valley.

SAN RAFAEL, CA, USA (August 16, 2013) -- Contact: Tom Andrews, 415-507-9962

JP Rattie, CEO of PWG Management, will keynote the American Sugar Daddy Convention, Saturday,
September 21, 2013, 7:30pm, in the heart of California's Silicon Valley. His topic is "Older Men Are
Better."

"Conventional wisdom holds that women are only attracted to Sugar Daddies because they want the
SUGAR (money)," says Mr. Rattie. "While this is half the reason that women choose sugar daddies, the
other half is the DADDY part. An online survey of 3,428 sugar babies released on this year's Father's Day
reveals that 69% of sugar babies had either no relationship or an unhappy relationship with their fathers.
A full 57% of the biological fathers of sugar babies were absent during their childhood. Sugar Daddy
relationships, the hottest new dating trend in America, fill this void in the lives of most sugar babies.

"Most young women need more than help with the rent or college debts," says Mr. Rattie. "They also
need MENTORING. Older men can help them write a resume, apply for scholarships, open a brokerage
account, or start a business. Younger men typically are useless in helping a young woman get her start in
the adult world, because they are just starting to become adults themselves. Younger men not only have
no money, they also have no wisdom. An older Sugar Daddy can enrich a young woman’s life in so many
ways."

JP Rattie is the CEO of PWG Management, specializing in Professional Wing Girls for older, financially
successful men, who want to experience more romantic success. Rattie's Wing Girls escort male clients
to social settings. The Wing Girls have no romantic interaction with the male clients, but rather facilitate
their meeting beautiful young women. "When women see our male clients with a beautiful young
woman," says Mr. Rattie, "that man is 'pre-selected'. That is, she is certifying that he is an attractive man
who deserves to be in a relationship with an attractive woman. If a man goes out with a beautiful wing
girl, he is automatically viewed as more desirable, more interesting, more attractive, and with higher
social status.

JP Rattie is available to the news media to discuss Sugar Daddy Dating and why older men are better by
calling 310-766-7899. His website is http://www.pwgmanagement.com.

The American Sugar Daddy Convention will be held at Pure Lounge, the largest nightclub in the Silicon
Valley (capacity of 1,000), 146 S Murphy, Sunnyvale CA. It begins at 7:30pm with Mr. Rattie's Keynote
Address, followed by socializing and dancing. The highpoint of the evening is the crowning of Miss
Sugar Baby America, who will be elected by all of the Sugar Daddies in attendance and receive
valuable prizes. The cost is $20 at the door.

The Convention is sponsored by SugarDaddyForMe.com, the world's largest sugar daddy website, with
over four million members. Anyone wishing more information about this and many more events for
singles all over the Bay Area may visit http://www.ThePartyHotline.com or call 415/507-9962.

				
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