In this edition we consider drug dealers.
The legitimate concern does come with drug dealers that they just might get members of your group hooked on drugs. And while I won’t try to advocate for drug use in general, as I recall it, when the Glee kids got hooked on speed, they turned in some pretty monster performances. Kidding aside, turning your drug dealer around, into a productive member of society could be a great PR story for your group.
Drug dealers tend to hang around with a rough crowd, and you might be concerned that, as such, they’ll get your group into trouble. Consider, though, just how many connections a drug dealer might have. The very nature of the job calls for networking, and by extension he just might bring in a slew of new audience members for your group.
It is problematic that so much of a drug dealers time is spent, well, making drug deals. But remember that that’s a part of his very lucrative business. The money made such deals could quite easily be turned around to help pay for your next CD, booking a swank venue, helping your group tour over spring break, or paying for a professional arrangement or two.