Tuesday, September 05, 2006

If you have a business that think might benefit from the terrific exposure provided by Body Advertising please do not hesitate to contact me by email at info@daytonabody.com or by calling 800-459-8675.
You can also see what the rates are by clicking on the rates page on Daytona Body Advertising
If you are not sure about what the artwork would cost please email me a logo and your domain name if you have one and I will send it to the artist for a quote.
Artwork ranges in price from $25 per tattoo up to about $125 for fancier artwork.
Artwork prices are determined by the size and intricacy of the image.
Get your new website, brand name, company name noticed with this highly visible type of advertising that because of it's uniqueness will truly get attention.

Sunday, September 03, 2006

I just love going out to local bars in the Flagler Beach and Daytona area to find recruits for my newest advertising venture called Daytona Body Advertising.
It's amazing how many people are excited to participate in this new industry.
I practically have people all up and down the bar waving their hands saying "pick me -I can do that".
I would love to be able to take photos of everyone but only certain people qualify
to be Daytona Bodies - the type of body an advertiser would like to put his logo or website address on.
I feel that an advertiser will only consider putting his logo on people that are outgoing, happy
and have outstanding characteristics that make them stand out from the crowd.
You do not neccessarily have to be attractive although that does help...mostly they are wanting people with a zest for life and outgoing personality.
You can't be shy or afraid of attention if you are going to sport a website address or logo on your arm, neckline, back, forehead or wherever.
They want people that will say favorable things about their company and smile while doing so.
If you feel you might have these qualities then please visit Daytona Body Advertising and drop me an email.

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