Scott Banister, Zivity.com Founder, Supports Ron Paul For PresidentSubmitted by telepathic on Tue, 09/20/2011 - 16:29
Zivity.com says it is "full of hotness" - an adult website loaded with Playboy-style images of aspiring supermodels, nude or in lingerie.
The social networking site allows "people just like you (to) rub elbows with models, photographers and video artists," it says. For $9 per month, subscribers also are offered "exclusive access to model chats."
This political season, Zivity's 35-year-old chairman and co-founder has emerged among a handful of California money men supporting U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, 75, the Texas libertarian running for the Republican presidential nomination.
Scott Banister, a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur who founded the San Francisco-based Zivity with his wife, has donated $2,500 to Paul's low-budget campaign and another $5,000 to Paul's Liberty PAC political action committee. Both are the maximum donations allowed by law.
In addition, Banister has put up a $1,000 prize for "the best short film to promote Ron Paul," according to his posting on Prizes.org.