“We’re trying to be in places where they don’t expect us to be,” Marcus told XBIZ. “I can pull a crowd in L.A. and now we’re trying to go outside the circle and reach out.”
Calling the trip his “holiday tour,” Marcus hopes to create opportunity for himself and his Daddy Inc., a clothing line brand that he established. The line features men's and women's T-shirts, tank tops and underwear emblazoned with "Daddy."
“It’s a great time to do business to set yourself up for next year,” Marcus said.
Marcus, who’s still performing, mostly for West Coast Productions and Hustler, said his website would be updated through Dec. 11 just in time for a Daddy Inc. party at Blue Moon Café in North Hollywood. Rapper Too Short has signed on to host, Marcus said.