History of Sylvia's Bail Bonds.
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Known as the Blonde Beauty Posted on October 22, 2014
Sylvia Zankich began her career at the age of 15 as a taxi dancer, making seven cents a dance. She soon moved on to become a bar keep and owned a few cafes in the notorious Beacon Street, the once glittering Mecca for illegal booze, illegal broads and illegal betting. She decided to expand her customer’s needs and opened Sylvia's Bail Bonds. She soon became a legend around town and was named the first honorary Mayor of San Pedro. Although she passed away in 1995, at the age of 87, her legend lives on.
Known to the locals as “The little Pink Shack,” Posted on October 30, 2014
Sylvia’s has appeared in Hollywood movies such as Oliver Stone’s “Heaven and Earth” and “Live and Die in L.A.” When the Olympics came to Los Angeles in 1984, Sylvia’s Bail Bonds was featured in The Olympic City Book, “24 Hours in the Life of Los Angeles.”
Today, Sylvia's Bail Bonds continues to meet its customers’ needs through dedication, honesty, and reliability. All the qualities that Sylvia has passed on.