Forehead Tattoo Sold as Ad Space
The subtitle of this post should be: “Online Casino Strikes Again.”
Woman Tattoos Web Address on Forehead (CNN)
Father, Don Brouse, said that tattooing the casino name sign on Smith’s forehead took him and his staff nearly seven hours. Much more money got boxer Bernard Hopkins, who fought the entire match with the website painted on his back for $ 100,000. Although, as a result of sweating, the inscription was blurred at the end of the fight. What could be so popular about it? Well, it turns out it is an online casino, so I don’t recommend it. She probably got paid to show up everywhere with a tattoo on her forehead. I sure hope she did! As for the tattoo itself, I think the capital letters were precisely inked, with proper spacing. Strippers for life. 11: The record for the longest tattoo session is 43 hours and 50 minutes and was completed by the very observant and talented artist Melanie Grieveson, of Australia. The tattooed was Stephen Grady. 12: In 2005 Kimberly Smith was paid $10,000 to have Golden Palace.Com tattooed on her forehead by the casino, to help pay for her daughter's education. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
For $10,000, Kari Smith has gone ahead and had her forehead tattooed with the Web address of a gambling site.
Smith, 30, who sold her unusual advertising space on eBay, said the money will give her 11-year-old son a private education, which she believes he needs after falling behind in school.
“For the all the sacrifices everyone makes, this is a very small one,” she said. “It’s a small sacrifice to build a better future for my son,” she said.
“To everyone else, it seems like a stupid thing to do. To me, $10,000 is like $1 million. I only live once, and I’m doing it for my son,” she said.
Tattoo artist Don Brouse said he and his staff spent nearly seven hours Wednesday trying to talk Smith out of putting “GOLDENPALACE.COM” above her face. When he did go through with it, he kept the inch-tall letters close to her hairline, where bangs or a hat could provide some cover.
In 2001, Golden Palace famously bought ad space on Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins’s back during his classic showdown against Puerto Rican pugillist Felix Trinidad.
Hopkins subsequently used the $100,000 fee to wager on himself. He was a +350 underdog — and he won.
Golden Palace Casino Tattoo Forehead
(Thanks for Joe Gandelman for the pointer.)
Mad casino ads appear more often abroad, especially in the United States. There are experts who do not hesitate to give large sums of money for such promotion because they know that it worth it. According to the proven rule – the casino always wins. Let’s take a look at some bizarre examples of crazy casino advertising.
Working in today’s market is sometimes a difficult job. Companies often come up with really bizarre and crazy ideas to show their brand to as many people as possible. Online Casinos are no exception, and some are not afraid of controversy. For example, the American Casino Golden Palace caused a real hype on the US Open golf tournament in 2003.
The casino sent a half-naked lady who had a very distinctive sign on the body of the site. It is hard to say whether the gentlemen present were more interested in what they found right under the sign. Given the reasonably strict dress code that needs to be followed on golf courses, the uncovered lady was media bust.
Tattoo on Forehead
The already mentioned online casino also causes another case. This time the whole event went even more to the extreme – forehead advertising.
For ten thousand US dollars, Kari Smith had a Canadian internet casino ad tattooed on her forehead. A thirty-year-old woman who auctioned off an unusual advertising spot at eBay’s online auction room said she would give money to study her eleven-year-old son.
“I would do anything for him, and this is a little thing for me,” she says. “It’s a little sacrifice to create a better future for my son. A lot of other people think I’ve done a stupid thing. To me, $ 10,000 is like a million dollars to someone. I only live once, and I did it for my son,” says Kari.
Casino Tattoo Forehead
Father, Don Brouse, said that tattooing the casino name sign on Smith’s forehead took him and his staff nearly seven hours.
Tattoo Casino Forehead Emoji
Much more money got boxer Bernard Hopkins, who fought the entire match with the website painted on his back for $ 100,000. Although, as a result of sweating, the inscription was blurred at the end of the fight. But it worked since the traffic tripled after the boxing match.