Promotional Modeling

Stand Out received an urgent call from US event organisation company 'Team VSMG' only two days before they needed a promotional model for their client at the 'A Place in the Sun Live' trade show in London. After two days of matching profiles, checking availability and ensuring we found the right personalities for the job, our models successfully covered the event for 3 days. Unfortunately, a model was taken ill and Catherine Laine was used as a very short notice replacement. She says:

"Agreeing to the assignment at the last minute wasn't the panic I had expected. I was given all the information needed in a professional and straightforward manner. The event itself was very exciting, and I met so many different people from all over the world. Over the 2 days, I felt my confidence grow and I met some good contacts. I would definitely be up for doing it again, even at such short notice!"

John Harris, from Team VSMG, was pleased with the speed that Stand Out managed to find the right model, he says.."Catherine has a great personality. I was happy to see you were able to get someone that quickly!"

 
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