We couldn’t have asked for a bigger platform to show off our American-made lighted vanities than being part of a Super Bowl Sunday commercial.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 17, 2012
Super Bowl Sunday has long been known for showing some of the funniest, and often provocative commercials along with their infamous half-time shows.
Internet domain-registry giant, Go Daddy, has a history for creating fun – and sometimes controversial – commercial spots, and this year’s “Body Paint” didn’t disappoint. As one San Francisco-based viewer said, “The room fell quiet when we saw two hot women painting a naked model.”
Whether you liked it or not, it was a very attractive set. With gorgeous racecar driver Danica Patrick and Fitness Guru Jillian Michaels painting an apparently naked Columbian Model Natalia Vellez with .co advertising – it was a racy piece indeed. In addition to the high-profile commercial spot, “Body Paint” has been featured in Adweek, Huffington Post and Commercials of the World.
Set designer Peter Van Vliet chose Vanity Girl Hollywood’s white glossy Broadway Table Top Mirror to help create a glamorous “backstage” feeling for the body-painting session. It was a great counterpoint visually to the black-clad Patrick and Michaels … and a skin-toned Vellez.
“We couldn’t have asked for a bigger platform to show off our American-made lighted vanities than being part of a Super Bowl Sunday commercial,” says Vanity Girl Hollywood Founder Maxine Tatlonghari. “And I registered my VanityGirlHollywood.com domain through Go Daddy four years ago so it really has come full circle for us.”
Vanity Girl Hollywood lighted vanity mirrors are proudly made in Los Angeles by Versa Products Inc. They manufacture high quality computer tables, desks, and a variety of other furniture made solely in the United States.
“As a leader in American manufacturing, it is a milestone to see one of our products in a Super Bowl commercial,” says Christopher Laudadio, CEO of Versaproducts Inc.
About Vanity Girl Hollywood:
Launched in 2008, the brand quickly became a celebrity darling, lighting up the faces of famous beauties like Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Kim Kardashian. YouTube gurus such as Kandee Johnson, Makeup Geek and Emily Noel have also given the lighted mirrors their stamp of approval and major cosmetic brands are using the signature lightingin their YouTube studios and at high-profile events such as Sundance and New York Fashion Week.