Baton Rouge, LA – On Thursday August 4th, Sibley Entertainment Company, LLC announced a shakeup of its events scheduled in the fourth quarter of calendar year 2022. The company will move forward with a thirty-seven thousand ($37,000) event in Costa Rica in early October. The event will feature at least three photographers, up to ten models, and at least one make-up artist/hair stylist. The company is excited to contract the following talented photographers for the event: Greg Woodson Photography (2nd Event), Ben Ray Photography (1st Event), and Jeston Brandon Photography (6th Event). Long time make-up artist, Amelia Emily Artistry (3rd Event), has been contracted as the make-up artist for the event. Seven models have been selected for this event. Recruitment for up to three more nude and/or erotic models will begin immediately.
The Costa Rica Event will replace the scheduled Maldives event. The Maldives event has been pushed back to March of 2023. The company hopes the swearing in of the 118th Congress this January will be able to get the economy going in the right direction. The company faced severe challenges with its long-planned Maldives event. The event was scheduled to be a seven night fifty-five thousand ($55,000) event. Rising flight costs, rising food prices, rising energy prices, high inflation, and economic recession are the primary factors as to why the shakeup had to take place. Membership sales have declined in 2022, and are expected to continue to decline as customers have less money to spend. The company was also forced to cancel its long-planned December Event in St. Lucia. The company will replace the December St. Lucia event with a smaller, low-budget event in St. Thomas, USVI this December.
The company very strongly believes in providing models, photographers, and support staff the very best experience possible. The company values its contractors, and will continue to be the leader in the industry throughout this decade. In order to continue the company’s long tradition of providing an all-expenses paid vacation, these changes had to be made. The changes allow the company to continue to be the only place for contractors to receive an all-expenses paid vacation, and of course to never expect contractors to give their value away for free.
We look forward to seeing all of our old friends in Costa Rica!