Overview

Gary graduates from high school, in the little town of French Meadow. Because he has studied hard and studied the right subjects, he does manage to get a job with Aardvark Widget, the only big company in the area. Gary also marries Donna, his high school sweetheart. Gary then finds that his employer, AW, is in trouble, mainly because of managers like Gary's boss. Gary gets called in by the big boss and he's assigned to take an important AW customer and the customer's wife to le Panorama, a restaurant with topless...
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Topless Restaurant

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Overview

Gary graduates from high school, in the little town of French Meadow. Because he has studied hard and studied the right subjects, he does manage to get a job with Aardvark Widget, the only big company in the area. Gary also marries Donna, his high school sweetheart. Gary then finds that his employer, AW, is in trouble, mainly because of managers like Gary's boss. Gary gets called in by the big boss and he's assigned to take an important AW customer and the customer's wife to le Panorama, a restaurant with topless waitresses. The assignment is given to Gary and Donna because they know most of the girls who went to school with them and now work at the topless restaurant. Also Gary's boss can't do the job. Gary handles business with the customer rep. Donna handles fashion strategy with the customer's wife. With careful planning, the first trip to le Panorama is a success, the customer places a big order with AW and Gary is promoted. The first success leads to more topless restaurant visits, more successes and more sales. However, each time that Gary and Donna visit the topless restaurant they see that the customer ladies are wearing less and showing more. Donna, Gary's wife has to get the customer wives/girlfriends properly dressed for each visit to le Panorama. During the process, Donna becomes a raging exhibitionist. Revealing clothes, lead to a topless display and then almost nudity. Donna copes and becomes very good at figuring outfits to keep up with the steadily barer trend. Gary and Donna succeed, but at a cost.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014672856
  • Publisher: Club Lighthouse Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/5/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,337,822
  • File size: 394 KB

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