Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 25, 2013
Crowds on Demand, the world’s only “rent a crowd” service, was featured in GQ Magazine’s June 2013 issue. In the article, Jon Ronson, most famous for being the writer of The Men Who Stare at Goats, took a stroll around the center of celebrity in Hollywood with an entourage. The entourage included security guards, paparazzi, a personal assistant and of course cheering fans.
Ronson recounts his experience with Crowds on Demand’s award-winning service. In his experience, he pretends to be the fictional King of Wales and, surrounded by his entourage, he fools tourists and locals alike in Hollywood into believing he occupies a non-existent position of royalty. He even gets his photograph framed at Chick-fil-A.
“I am thrilled to see Crowds on Demand in GQ Magazine,” said Crowds on Demand CEO Adam Swart.
“GQ readers are folks who want to experience the world in all its craziness. Crowds on Demand makes that possible. Only with Crowds on Demand’s award-winning services is it truly possible to live life through the eyes of a celebrity.”
“What better way to have your own unique experience than through hiring one of our Celebrity Experience Packages or using us to bring in publicity for your company with our unique publicity stunts?”