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October 13, 2009

Vegas.com performers decent on stage but suck at office jobs

Posted on Tue Oct 13 2009

Performing in Vegas is a hard job. To prove this point, Vegas.com put some of Sin City's finest to work. The Blue Man Group is in charge of dry cleaning (I guess because they get blue paint on everything). Chippendales dancers and Nathan Burton Showgirls are elevator operators who can really push your buttons. Ventriloquist Terry Fator is manipulating cords in IT, and the Fab Four Live performs on-hold music, live. This is the crux of a new marketing campaign featuring "Vegas Experts Exposed" which launched this week. Thirty Vegas celebrities are seen working at Vegas.com to prove (to any who doubted) that the real Vegas.com employees are much better at their jobs. Seven videos (unscripted, they swear!) are being posted each week in October at Vegas.com/exposed, where viewers can vote for their favorites. On Nov. 2, the voting process begins again, as the top four finalists compete to be the champion video. The winner will be crowned Nov. 10. Voters are also entered into a sweepstakes to win, of course, win a trip to Vegas. It is unclear who will be waiting on them—the employees of Vegas.com or Charo and Carrot Top.

—Posted by Sarah Knapp


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