She registered two of her performances with the Billboard Protection Bureau entitled 'Boudoir Sensation' and 'Park Bench Fantasy' in 1950.
She was the first burlesque performer to earn $2,000 per week. Walter Winchell even said she was the highest paid Stripper in the America. Rose was a savvy Business woman as well, owning a chain of Burlesque Theaters, namely "the Town Hall" Burlesque Theatre and "the Esquire Theaters" in Toledo, Ohio. Rose also is credited for bringing about the final death-blow to live burlesque performances.
The burlesque houses she owned (Toledo) were the first to switch entirely to "nudie cutie" feature films, so that she no longer had to deal with the egos of burlesque queens or comics & often drunken musicians & stage hands. It was a matter of months, after her switch-over before other burlesque theaters across the country began making the switch, being already set up to show films between live acts, so having no new monetary investment requirements, it was quite easy to end the live portion of the daily entertainments.