A car show girl is a female hired to represent an auto manufacturer at an auto show. These models are extremely attractive and can speak intelligently about the make and model of automobile she is representing. Experienced car show models are an ideal solution to represent your brand at an auto event. They will attract customers with their professional presence and confident presentation. A great smile and warm hello are sure to stop visitors long enough for the model to engage them in the latest technology or luxurious comfort your auto has to offer. Auto show models will study and learn everything you want them to in regards to the make and model they are representing. Think of your staff as an extension of your automobile. She will be able to appeal to the tech geek when she articulates your latest Bluetooth technology, the gear head with her knowledge of horsepower, or the eco-conscience when she discusses mileage. After hearing about your auto and seeing it sparkle under professional lighting, a consumer should be enticed enough to visit a dealer and give it a test drive. Car shows are extremely popular.
WHY SHOULD YOU HIRE A CAR SHOW GIRL?
If it happens in USA, my wife once told me an interesting story:. One day, she called a UBER, as soon as the car set out for the destination 10 mins drive from the pickup point , the driver started talking to her. It is a busy day for me. Busy means money, no busy, no money. Driver: Chinese? My wife: Thanks very much. But where do you come from? Driver: Yeah, I come from…..
WHAT IS A CAR SHOW GIRL?
In this world rife with branding opps and marketing "activations," promotional models are ubiquitous. They are the bikini-clad women draped over hoods at car shows, doling out chocolates at Yonge-Dundas Square, proffering swag bags at TIFF, and pressing middle-aged dads to fill out ballots. Depending on your vantage point, promo modeling can look like a fun and glamorous way to make some quick cash—or a demoralizing exercise in personal objectification. From paid-to-party girls in nightclubs to "booth babes" at trade shows, VICE chatted with some past and present promo models to find out why they got into it, and what it's really like. At trade shows, the few ladies there will often give you looks like: Oh, just another booth babe. You do nothing with your life. I know how some women view female promo models: with an eyeroll. It's funny how if we're working at a booth or whatever, women would approach and either be superfriendly and interested in what we have to say, or they would come up to us to judge us. It was also awkward if they were with their boyfriend and their boyfriend dragged them over and they look at you like, oh you're here to flirt with my man.
That being said, my SO is extremely friendly and will talk with anyone and everyone. I mean, sheesh, some ladies have no shame. I was so mad!!! What awful friends! Thats so tacky. I find it disrespectful and I have no problem telling the woman that infront of everyone. My fiance is very friendly, and naturally flirty and charming.