Brooks Road "Professionals" 

When Memphians think of the "professionals" working on Brooks Road, executives at multi-national corporations are not the first people who come to mind. Working girls are.

"You think prostitution," says Maggie Conway, with the Memphis Shelby County Office of Economic Development. Conway was one of 60 public- and private-sector representatives participating in last week's task force on the Brooks Road corridor, an area that includes Smith & Nephew, Graceland, and the Black Tail Shake Joint. ...

Read the rest of Mary Cashiola's "In the Bluff.

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