Male stripper Sam Priestley & wife Hannah are working hard (and smart) to corner the Australian Hen’s Party market
- On January 29, 2019
- 445, How to promote strippers, marketing podcast, Marketing tips, Men On Fire, Sam & Hannah Priestley, Small Business Big Marketing, tim reid
Sam Priestley makes a living by dressing up as a fireman then taking his clothes off in front of women. Yes, he’s a stripper! Hannah Priestley, Sam’s wife, runs the business. And it’s a very successful business at that. So much so that Sam works just one day per week, and they both earn far more than they ever did in their previous full time jobs. Oh … and Sam’s character name? Fireman Sam, of course!!
Sam & Hannah also share:
- Where’s the idea for men On Fire come from?
- How Hannah feels about her husband being a male stripper
- How they managed to replace their full-time employment income in just 6-months
- How they make prospects feel comfortable about enquiring for their services
- How Google Adwords sky-rocketed their business
- And plenty more …
Here’s what caught my attention from my chat with Men On Fire’s Sam & Hannah Priestley:
- I love the fact that Sam and Hannah communicate constantly and clearly to one another.
- I love how they’ve taken a good look at their competitors, identified what’s being done poorly and gone about addressing it in their own business.
- And I love clarity they have around who does what in the business.
But the marketing gold doesn’t stop there, in this episode:
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