Moderator: ASGI Tim
elGuapo wrote:Now it'd be a different story if she was wearing clothes that were too revealing to be deemed "family appropriate".
Airsoft345 wrote:. I am not against using girls in advertisements but i think the GITV girl wasn't dressed like a normal air-softer and looks as if she has never held a gun before. I suggest just sticking to actual air-softers not models to represent the product. We use the product we buy the product we should represent it.
HolyHandGrenade wrote:Bottom line: Drop the "GITV Girls" crap, sounds like something a hormone-enraged 12 year old would come up with; get an actual airsofter, or at least make her look like an actual airsofter; and then maybe it wouldn't be as bad. Except for the fact that you are outright copying competition, which makes for a bad impression for your company.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests