A new social media site is offering wealthy people a chance to connect with other wealthy people like them — for a price, of course. Started by composer and former Minnesota Philharmonic Orchestra conductor James Touchi-Peters, “Netropolitan” connects rich people with other rich people for a membership fee of $9,00. The annual renewal is severely discounted. It’s just $3,000. Why? Why? Why this “shiggity,” as Huggy Low Down might say? Touchi-Peters says he’s had trouble in the past talking to people about “the finer things in life” without being criticized or berated.
Netropolitan members must be aged 21 and use their real names.
Since the “Billionaire Census” for 2014 has just been released, with the United States boasting the highest number of the super rich, Touchi-Peters should have a nice niche market to attempt to attract. That is, after he convinces them that Minnesota indeed does have a Philharmonic Orchestra and after he makes them care that he led it as its conductor.
To read more about the 2014 Billionaire Census from Wealth X and UBS, click HERE.
If you want to know more about Netropolitan’s social media for the rich, click HERE.
Have a great day, and make sure it includes a note or two of humor to enhance your symphony of life.