Yanks.com Names Olive Glass 'Girl of the Month' for May

SEATTLE — Yanks.com has named Olive Glass as its “Girl of the Month” for May 2017.

"We are so proud to present Olive Glass as our Yanks.com Girl of the Month for May," said Yanks.com CEO and co-founder Billie Miller, who runs the adults-only operation with partner and CMO Todd Spaits.  

Glass has starred in 28 solo and all-girl scenes for Yanks.com since her July debut.

"Wow, thank you so much for making me the model of the month!" Glass said. "It's always a delight to work with Lily Campbell and I couldn't be more happy to represent Billie, Todd and the whole Yanks team. And to all the viewers as well, you're amazing." 

Each month, Yanks.com showcases a new starlet who “embodies the company's philosophy of ‘Real Girls — Real Orgasms,’ and also stands out as an exceptional on-camera entertainer that's popular with Yanks.com members.”

"Olive is gorgeous and she plays to the camera in a completely effortless way that our viewers have clearly responded to," Miller added. "Her enthusiasm, fun attitude and star quality makes Olive one to watch this year."  

For more information, visit Yanks.com or follow the official Twitter

For more information, follow Glass on Twitter or visit her Yanks.com model page.

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