"Can we, as a country, all
: May 2004 :
PROGRESS, AND UPCOMING FUNDRAISING EVENTS!
INSURANCE FOR ENTERTAINERS
meeting started with entertainer member Janene
signing up for ACE sponsored health insurance.
This is a new offering for us, and we're proud
of her for going first and testing the waters.
We hope to have a great many more in the months
and years ahead.
working out exactly how to collect monthly dues
and insurance payments in the most convenient
way possible - we'd like to see an ACE representative
come to your club and collect in person and
give a receipt on the spot.
working Secretary is toiling away on a new Oregon
ACE web site. We hope to unveil it soon.
Security has renewed for 2004 their pledge
of big discounts to ACE members on excellent
state of the art burglar alarms, security cameras,
security video recording devices, and more.
They have incredible technology, and are great
to work with: call 888-826-9116 and ask about
the ACE discount.
events are now planned from March 19 through
early May. The confirmed ones are Tuesday,
March 30 at Dante's and Saturday, April
10 at Stars Beaverton. Bring your friends
and help us raise money to protect our industry.
Look for ads in this and other magazines.
got pretty good progress on the enforcement
front. While there are
tickets being written from time to time that
seem arbitrary - at least from second hand
accounts - we hope to protect ACE member clubs
from that very soon, and get a much stronger
guarantee of equal enforcement and an equal
standard for all.
meeting with OLCC senior managers in late
January, we've agreed on some goals with them:
a set of guidelines, articulated by ACE, that
are mutually agreed as being (a) clear and
non-subjective, and (b) in compliance with
OLCC regulations, such that:
The guidelines can be easily and clearly described,
taught, learned, and followed;
Any observer can determine, unambiguously
and without recourse to subjective standards,
whether an entertainer is within the guidelines;
If an entertainer is definitely within
the guidelines, then the entertainer must
also be in compliance with OLCC regulations;
It is possible for an entertainer to be
outside of the guidelines but perhaps be in
compliance with OLCC regulations.
these goals are in place, ACE can offer training
together with a money-back guarantee of no
OLCC fines for entertainer behavior.
up, we have a scheduled meeting in late February
(after we go to press, but before you read
this) to work out similar guidance from local
law enforcement regarding the law enforcement
of "lewd behavior" statutes.
big thanks are due to Claude DaCorsi
and Mystique Knight for their role
in the last OLCC meeting - their time and
expertise were extremely valuable. We hope
they can attend the next one as well.
you all at the fund-raisers! Look for the
ACE: The Trade Association of the Adult Industry
OREGON MEETING FOR APRIL
APRIL 13, 4PM @ DANTE'S * 1 SW 3RD AVE.
* DOWNTOWN * 503-226-6630
THE ACE OREGON MEETING IS ALWAYS THE 2ND
TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH )
meet our attorneys and get your questions
answered on legal situations BEFORE problems
members should send a representative to
OREGON COCKTAIL SOCIAL TO FOLLOW AT 5PM
MAGAZINE $500 + ad space
MAGAZINE $0 + ad space
MAGAZINE $0 + ad space
CABARET CHAIN $5000
VIDEO CHAIN $500 + more pledged
BOOM ROOM $500
WILDS VIDEO $500 pledged
OUR PLACE (ROCKAWAY) $500
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