For 30 years Productions Plus – The Talent Shop has been known as a national talent management and live event staffing agency. Little do many know—we also have a product demonstration division. We train Product Specialists around the US and Canada to demonstrate – and sell – products including home goods, consumer electronics, kitchen electric and fitness equipment.
You’ll see our product demonstrators at the point of purchase in retail such as Macy’s, Bloomingdales, William Sonoma, Bed Bath & Beyond, Sears, and many others. You’ll also find our people demonstrating products at special events like auto shows, trade shows, film festivals, bridal shows, and city festivals. We’ve been at the Olympics, Sundance Film Festival, CES and White House Correspondence Dinner.
The brands we represent realize a tremendous ROI. And that’s because Engagement Selling works.
At Production Plus - The Talent Shop we can demonstrate your brand to the front of a crowded field of competitors. But we offer more than demonstrating a product. Talk to us about retail merchandising, retail staff training, lead generation, secret shopper programs, and staffing for product launches and promotional events.
We have over 20,000 talented people in our database. A diverse ethnic mix. Our reach to the large cities and small towns of the US and Canada makes us ideal for product demonstrations. And we can handle special requests—such as bi-lingual demonstrators.
Our Product Demonstrators are attractive – talented – trained – and local to the event. So you don’t pay travel or per diems.
Give us a call to find out more about Product Demonstrations (800) 437-9815 Ask for a capabilities report. Or visit us at www.productions-plus.com.
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