SunnyLaneLive Joins Vette Nation Army

SunnyLaneLive Joins Vette Nation Army
Tod Hunter
LOS ANGELES — Performer Sunny Lane's SunnyLaneLive website has joined performer Vicky Vette's "Vette Nation Army" of sites, which also includes sites for Vette, veteran performer Nina Hartley and bondage model Sasha Sparks.

"We're taking over the world," Vette told XBIZ. "It's really awesome. It's been tough on solo-girl sites. I ask girls if they want to do content exchange and they say 'I gave up on it, I can't keep up.' But if you have an army behind you, you can do it."

Lane told XBIZ she was excited to join the group.

"I'm making it happen," Lane said. "This fits into my plan to start shooting and directing my own content. I'm excited to be with such an important group. I look up to Vicky. She is so savvy. It's good that we're teaming up, because we're both hungry and we're both go-getters.

"Things are slowing down. What's next? The Internet is the key. We can push this to where I know I can go, and beyond."

Vette told XBIZ that more sites will be added soon. Plans call for every site in the Vette Nation Army to update at least once a week, and one subscription price allows access to all sites. New cam-to-cam software lets members send images back to the system.

"We have no filler sites. They're all solid," Vette said. "We'll conquer the rest of the world in six months."