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Bring It On - and Smile!! I've worked as a promotional model since , representing some of the largest and most recognizable products and brands in the world, like Guinness, PNC Bank, Gillette, and Pepsi! I've come across a series of Hubs discussing "How to Be a Beer Girl" in which hoards of teenage and college girls are throwing their emails and contact information at the author in hopes of getting a job. So to do us all a favor here and in the interest of safety , I'm going to use my 7 years of industry experience to simply explain to you how to get a job as a Promotional Model. Not true.
Adelle. Age: 21. Height: 187 cm. Weight: 57 kg. Bust:A. 1 Hour: 170$. I will tell a little about myself: If you are looking for a lovely, sweet girl to take out for a dinner.
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Hopefully this post will be enjoyable despite the fact I love this line of work I know how much my administrative misery entertains you people. In the promo business, looks matter, and some companies roll differently than others. If I can deal with it, so can you. If you become a promo gal or booth babe, you are presenting yourself as a sex object. You are not a business woman staring at graphs and sending memos in a suit from a desk.
Lolita. Age: 32. Height: 186 cm. Weight: 58 kg. Bust:E. 1 Hour: 80$. More about Adelle: Hi Im Sonia,im pretty, smooth skin,soft ass.
I'm enamoured with your Australian husband! Val on April 10, When Summertime comes, there's nothing like a good cold beer. I usually recommend: Do not drink your calories. However, when it comes to beer, do not go light. I drink Bud Select if at dive type bars as it's usually available but sometimes I just go with Coors Light Rachel on April 10, I generally don't care for light beer.
Opt out or contact us anytime While the "High Life Man" was primarily aimed at men ages 35 and up, the "Girl in the Moon" is intended to also resonate with men and women ages 21 to They may not be as familiar with High Life as their fathers or grandfathers, but they are proving amenable to drinking brands like Pabst Blue Ribbon that compete against High Life. Such brands are finding new favor as part of a consumer trend called retro-chic. The lunar lady fits nicely into that trend because she represents the history of High Life the way that Mr. Peanut symbolizes Planters or Buddy Lee stands for Lee jeans.