If you are trying to simply elevate the popularity of your own brand, let me say this. Have you tried hiring a dancer? I mean, just stop and think about it….
Whether your need or market involves swag bag, celebrity endorsments, celebrity company, celebrity PR, or any such related thing……why not try a professional dancer at a decent rate? Have you thought about that?
You can even search for people for hire, from celebrity dancing TV shows, such as DANCING WITH THE STARS, THE X FACTOR, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, etc. That is quite an open avenue. They are constantly looking for additional work as well, so you may try there…..
Also, ponder this, and weq uote:
“The line up for the hit Saturday night show is complete with 15 celebrities trying to learn the salsa, foxtrot and rhumba in a bid to impress judges Len Goodman, Craig Revel Horwood, Bruno Tonioli and Darcey Bussell.The celebrity women planning to impress on the dance floor this year are Birds of a Feather….”
Wait. There is just a bit more. The popular article source continues, and we quote:
“….actress Lesley Joseph, pop superstar Anastacia , model and professional It girl Daisy Lowe, I’m A Celeb presenter Laura Whitmore, ex Eternal singer Louise Redknapp, BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty….”
Of course, this is something to consider. You yourself must always make the final choice….but having looked at what we have looked at thus far, you must know this: there are options. I am not endorsing any specific celebrity, but just making it clear that there is a list to choose from. The final choice is up to you, or as they say in basketball terms…..the ball is in your own court.
Professional dancers can not only give a good name to your business or brand, but they can also bring in local and not so local viewers and audiences to your event. If you can televise it or live stream it, the more the better. This can, at the very least, bring commercialization to your event…..and, of course, to the brand and company name behind the event. It is really a win win situation for all involved.
Have the unique celebrity endorse your brand and company; have them fall in love with it first, personally. Also listen for any weaknesses in the brand, according to them. They may not be right or even perfect at that, but being willing to listen and provide some feedback/changes to any label can really go a long way in the long run. Take my word for it; people like having a say in things, and being listened to.