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Crowds on Demand Launches; Introduces Unique “Rent a Crowd” Concept
Published on Sun, Sep 30, 2012 (10:30 a.m.)Crowds on Demand will launch its unique product today, allowing customers in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C to hire trained actors to perform a variety of services for clients as a crowd.
Some of the ‘Signature Services’ provided by Crowds on Demand include:
Celebrity Airport Greeting A crowd – with signs, ‘paparazzi’, fans and 'reporters' to meets clients at the airport as they exit security. This is the perfect start to a glamorous trip or a wonderful surprise for a family member.
Celebrity Fan Experience As customers walk out of or around a famous spot, they will be met by photographers taking pictures, fans asking for autographs and cheering their name(s).
"It's all about ME" Day A crowd will be posted outside an office and will cheer and hold up posters as an employee walks in. This is the perfect gift for an employee who has gone above and beyond
Political Manpower A crowd will be sent to bolster campaign efforts or to protest outside an opponent’s events and offices.
Crowds on Demand currently has over 100 team members throughout its four markets, and is actively recruiting an additional 150 people.
“We are bringing an entirely new concept to the market,” said Crowds on Demand CEO Adam Swart.
“We have the manpower and the talent to be able to satisfy our diverse clientele.”
“Tourists searching for an experience of a lifetime, employers looking to reward their staff, and political campaigns seeking a boost in the polls can all take advantage of our top-notch team and customer service.”
For more information, visit www.crowdsondemand.com.
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