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    Danielle Sweeney,

    Senior Staffing Manager for Lime

    We post between 7-10 job alerts a week. The work we advertise varies from demonstration roles that require 200+ staff, to high profile campaigns that may only require several staff. I am confident that we successfully ... read more.

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    Justine Berry,

    Promostaff, West Midlands

    Very successful, already booked in work with a few of the agencies, great service!

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I am a fun loveing party girl that works hard to get the job done. I have worked in promotions in England, Spain, Oz and New Zealand. Love to travel, make new friends, work hard and party harder! View my contact details, availability, and stats.

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I have also pole danced for a number of years. Although not qualified i have good dance skills.

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    I worked instore demonstrating and selling massage machines for 6 months.

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