Part II (Gotta love that Lynn Evans! . . . see quote below) Beyond the nude strip clubs and easily available Cuban cigars, the legalized prostitution is what might blow American visitors away. Lynn Evans, manager of Border City Divas, one of the city's escort agencies, says she has been taking calls from all over the U.S. for months. She has placed ads in the local newspapers and has added girls, as well as drivers, for the weekend. According to Evans, the Canadian laws are straightforward: An escort is allowed to visit with a client as long as the client has his own apartment, home or -- more likely in this case -- hotel room. Don Jolovich "Alyssa" and friends are ready for the weekend crowds at Jason's Executive Lounge."That's why we have short-stay hotels," she says. Many of her customers research particular escorts on Windsor escorting message boards, which have been so busy this week that they nearly shut down, Evans says. After deciding on a girl, the customer calls her, makes his request and agrees to a time. The customer will get a room, where the two will meet at the prescribed time. Then, "Whatever happens in that room is their business. But it's legal for them to do whatever they want," Evans says. Because of the Super Bowl, the cost for everything from an hour of companionship to an hour in a short-stay motel room is going up. Hourly escort rates typically in the $150-$250 range now are as high as $350 Canadian, with rumors that some independents are charging as much as $900 for an hour of their time. "That's just ridiculous," Evans says. "There's going to be so much business, these girls aren't going to know what to do with themselves. I mean, what do they want to make? $50,000 a night?" Several escorts are traveling to Windsor just to capitalize on the Super Bowl buzz. But any escort who works in the city must be licensed and must pay a $600 fee for the city's background check. That might drive some out-of-town escorts to the gentlemen's clubs or massage parlors, where sexual activities aren't permitted but, as one downtown business owner puts it, "Nobody is stupid as to what probably goes on in there." "Sweet Shay," is an already-licensed escort who lives in London, Ontario, and will be making the two-hour trip to Windsor for the weekend. She says she normally would work six hours during a day-and-a-half trip to Windsor, and earn about $1,200 before expenses. This weekend, she hopes to double that. "I'm not going to work morning until night," she says, "but as much as I can and still take a break between appointments." "Brandy," the 24-year-old whose Web site features her photos in a Super Bowl XL cheerleader outfit, says she makes about $1,500 to $3,000 on a typical weekend. This weekend, she's expecting that number to be closer to $4,000. Although the potential for extra business is appealing, Evans can't understand what the fuss is all about. On Wednesday, a Fox Sports Radio affiliate broadcast live from inside Cheetah's, another downtown Windsor gentlemen's club. On Tuesday, "Sweet Shay" was interviewed on an ESPN Radio affiliate. "Sex for money has always been around," Evans says. "It's been legal in Canada since the 1800s. But all of the sudden, everybody goes crazy, 'Sin City, Sin City, Sin City.' When was it not Sin City? In Windsor, you're allowed to walk topless outside on the street if you want. "I could whip out my double D's and walk around topless if I wanted to." Says Henderson, the manager of the downtown cigar shop: "They call this place 'Tijuana North.' And what is the Super Bowl about? It's about football, but it's also about partying, drinking, gambling, doing anything in excess that is decadent. This is a pretty good party atmosphere." Wayne Drehs is a staff writer for ESPN.com. He can be reached at email@example.com.