Contest Reminders:

This Friday May 4th the contest to win a Free Ticket (airfare and room included) to the elite retreat comes to an end. Also a lot of the contestants have been writing me about when the booth babe contest will be ending so at noon on Friday we will declare an official winner!

BTW the booth babe contest has over 4000 votes… more then all contests I have ever held combined. I have received a lot of hate mail from women about the contest but surprisingly not 1 from any of the contestants themselves.

By Jeremy Schoemaker

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24 thoughts on “Elite Retreat and Booth Babe Contests Coming To An End Friday”
  1. Shame you didn’t put the Paris Pic up against these. I’d be curious to see how the not so famous stack up against her in everyone’s mind

  2. Nothing wrong with objectifying things of beauty. If they don’t complain why the hell is everyone else?

    I wish someone would objectify me…

  3. Dude Shoe, you gotta get this tab button fixed on the comments, it forces me to use my mouse to click add comment, if I hit tab it goes to another page! I got a bad habit and the last comment took me 3 times before it was posted.

  4. Way to stick to your guns and not drop it just because of some hate mail. Contests are good, and the sponsors are getting some extra attention because of it.

    Besides, it the sponsors that caused the problem. If they hadn’t hired them, you wouldn’t have been forced to take the pictures.

  5. I love your reasoning…

    Way not to cause a revolt here as what happened at digg.

  6. “There’s no such thing as bad publicity..”

    Of course there is. If you heard on the news that a restaurant had a food poisoning breakout, that’s not good. If you were going to a club with your friends and one of them yelled out loud “Wealth Junkie has no shortage of venereal diseases” that’s bad publicity, you lose on that one.

    “There’s no such thing as bad publicity..”

    Only people with no actual marketing experience(or common sense) say nonsense like that.

  7. especially if your job is to stir things up and get attention… think of all the “impressions” they and their booth’s have gotten.

  8. If you aren’t pissing a few people off you’re not taking strong enough stands on issues.

  9. They’re gorgeous. Who in their right mind would complain about being called hot or anything close to that. I would offer than many who complain would not show up in lists like this. I say more power to you if you have the looks to be included in a hot babes list.

  10. Honestly they probably sent the complaint email as an additional marketing ploy to get their name out 🙂

  11. If these companies have a problem with the contest they have nobody to blame but themselves. They hire a hot girl to attract guys to to booth and then complain when THEIR plan actually works.

    That is so corporate…

  12. It is not just women who object to the objectification of women. The implication is that women should only be seen, and should not be actually doing anything in our industry.

    Have you seen those PepperJam, “Meet the Team” videos. It reminds me of porn in which the “Director” is asking these porn stars questions about their first sexual experience.

  13. who’s going? and who just says they’re going?

    and who wants to go but isn’t?


  14. I voted cpx but I sure liked the rack on the auctionads server a little better.

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