Super Bowl XLIX party organizers are hiring young and attractive women for parties leading up to the big game on Feb. 1.
If you're a young and attractive woman living in the Glendale or Phoenix area, you may just be qualified to work for one of the Super Bowl XLIX party organizers.
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According to a Jan. 12 update by The Arizona Republic's Kellie Hwang, these organizers are on the lookout for pretty and young women to work for them during events they will sponsor leading up to the big game. Hwang cites a group of women wearing "cocktail dresses, heels and full makeup" while sitting "in VIP booths, sipping cocktails and chatting excitedly" at the Blur Nightclub in Scottsdale, Az. It wasn't an ordinary night out: It was a job interview for Push Marketing & Promotions, which provides staff for Super Bowl party organizers such as Bud Light, Playboy and Rolling Stone.
Hwang goes into greater detail on what the company is looking for:
"Many companies are searching for employees to act as door greeters, party minglers, red-carpet representatives, go-go dancers and brand representatives. If you're a young, beautiful woman with a great personality, it will be easier to find a job. Push Models is looking for good looks, magnetic personalities and ability to put guests at ease."
She interviewed Push Marketing & Promotions director of client services Shayan Habib, who said interviews for Super Bowl parties and events normally take place at nightclubs to see how the candidates carry themselves in that kind of an environment:
"The idea is to observe the women in a social setting and see them interacting with people. We have our staff mingle and see what the women are like, and clients can also come hand-select models they want to see at their events."
Waitresses provided the candidates with drinks. The company encouraged them to mingle with patrons and enjoy themselves. However, a prospective hire who gets drunk or becomes rowdy might put her application at risk. After having some drinks, some women continued to chat while others danced, per Hwang.
One of the candidates, 22-year-old Danielle Baltazar, told Hwang working during the Super Bowl is a rare opportunity she wants to take advantage of. She quipped,"I definitely think I can stand out in events, because I have promotional modeling experience, and my curly hair is different. Working during the Super Bowl is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and great opportunity to meet clients and network."
Other staffing companies in the mix include Steve LeVine Entertainment, PEM Models, Cakewalk Management and MKTG Inc. On the other hand, EPI Industries is a beverage management company that provides bar staff and liquor for big events such as the Super Bowl, Hwang adds.
EPI Industries president Jeff Stotler told Hwang what his company is all about:
"We're known as the attractive bartending company. Many clients like that eye candy behind the bars. Alcohol companies also hire promotional models through us, and we'll be doing Super Bowl blitzes throughout the week."
For those who are interested to apply, Hwang listed a job interview schedule of the different participating companies in her update.
In other news, the Souper Bowl of Caring, a collaborative effort of local schools, businesses, civic organizations and churches, is in full swing. It is a food drive that caters to less fortuante people, per The Arizona Republic.
Arizona Interfaith Movement president president Paul Eppinger said,"As we host the 49th Super Bowl game, we want to be mindful of those without a bowl of soupt to eat." Proceeds ot the event "will benefit the food pantries and community dining rooms of St. Vincent de Paul, per The Arizona Republic.
In addition, the Boy Scouts of America's Grand Canyon Council is collaborating with the Souper Bowl of Caring for its annual Scouting for Food Drive. Scouts will give out door hangers requesting for food on Jan. 24. They will deliver the food a week later, according to The Arizona Republic.
Souper Bowl of Caring president and CEO Clara Cooper said, "As we get excited about the big game and the gatherings with tons of food, I encourage everyone to be mindful that there are many people who are hungry. Although there can only be one winning football team on Sunday, local charities can also win big if everyone gives generously."
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