The success of a trade show promotion can be directly related to how well the promotion was organized, planned, and prepared for. Without proper trade show preparations your promotion can quickly spiral out of control. To help ensure your trade show promotion runs smoothly, we created a promotional planning checklist for you and your team to follow. [read more]
Are you a model in the Las Vegas area looking to expand your resume or gain more experience in the modeling field? Then becoming a Las Vegas promotional model is the right job for you! There are many great opportunities for promotional models and the job never gets boring because Las Vegas promotional models work in a wide range of industries and are exposed to many people from a long list of fields. Worried you don’t have what it takes? Don’t be! There are many different types of promotional models, so no matter what your skill set is, there may be a position available for you. [read more]
As you plan and prepare for your upcoming trade show, it’s important to remember that in order to build long-term relationships, increase your network, and produce high-quality trade show leads your trade show booth must first attract trade show attendees. If your trade show booth is not eye-catching and/or memorable in some way, then it is unlikely that your trade show booth will be able to produce high-quality trade show results for your brand. In fact, a poorly executed trade show booth design is a surefire way to send your trade show leads straight into the ground. [read more]
Hey Exhibitors! Before you know it, the Dallas Convention Center will be full of industry professionals and trucking enthusiasts for the Great American Trucking Show 2015. But, in order to get the most bang for your buck, it’s important that you hire experienced and professional Dallas promotional models to help attract attendees to your booth and generate high-quality trade show leads.
It’s been the talk of the trade show industry for the past week. Every time you turn around someone’s writing a new article or tweeting about how the RSA Conference has ban booth babes. And, considering we are in the industry of hiring ‘booth babes,’ or more appropriately, trade show models, I think it’s high time we weighed in on the situation. [read more]