LOS ANGELES — iWantEmpire has announced its signing of 2017 XBIZ Girl/Girl Performer of the Year Jenna Sativa to an exclusive contract — the first adult performer to ink an exclusive deal with the growing company.
“We are very pleased and honored to have Jenna join our team in a more official capacity,” said iWantEmpire VP Jay Phillips. “Jenna has been in the industry just a short time and already has accumulated several of the top accolades demonstrating her superstar status and unique ability to connect with fans and fellow performers. She’s beautiful, smart, prolific and oozes sex appeal, making her a perfect representative of iWantEmpire.”
Under the agreement, the 24-year-old adult performer will receive guaranteed production dates, marketing, and publicity support as well as revenue from her iWantEmpire stores along with a subsidy for all talent testing fees at Talent Testing Center. In exchange, iWantEmpire will be home to Jenna’s exclusive clip store, but she will still be available to shoot with traditional film studios.
“I am so excited to work with iWantEmpire, open my store and make my own content while I continue to build the Jenna Sativa brand. iWantEmpire’s approach to supporting talent is unique and second to none, as far as I can tell,” Sativa said. “Jay and Nikki are genuine and offer both creative and business support. They have already worked to make me feel important, welcomed and at home. Their investment speaks volumes about their dedication to a performer platform, and what they want to accomplish!”
The Florida native arrived in the adult industry in 2015, catching the eye of talent agent, Mark Spiegler, who saw something different in the petite brunette and agreed to represent her as the agency’s first girl/girl only performer.
“Jenna is a smart girl and knows what she wants. I appreciate the acknowledgment iWantEmpire has shown her,” said Mark Spiegler owner and founder of Spiegler Girls who represents Sativa. “With their innovative approach, cutting-edge technology and ability to market and promote talent, I believe this is a strategic move for both parties.”
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