New York, NY, October 30, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- EventNow, the leading online marketplace bridging the gap between customers which are planning parties and first-rate vendors, launches a new mini series with the premier episode "How to Give a Dirty Look at a Party" which was recently posted on EventNow’s YouTube channel.
The video features interviews with real people at a party and on the sidewalks of New York City, giving instructions on how to mimic “dirty looks” when receiving unwanted attention at an event or in the presence of the less-than-desirable patrons. Interviewees are asked to give their best dirty look, and as they frown, smirk, and pout at the camera, the host mimics their facial expressions for hysterical laughter.
Everyone likes to party, and at the same time there is no party without a few dirty looks flying around the room. "We decided to launch our series with the Dirty look episode because at one point or another everyone has experienced it but few like to talk about it. Whether you are confronted with an overly friendly gentleman, a highly flirtatious lady with designs on your date, or simply a rude waiter, violence is never the answer. However, a dirty look might just be the silent peaceful tactic required," says Olga Topchaya, Marketing Manager of EventNow Inc.
The video is the launch of EventNow's new YouTube series, "Party Crashers," which will feature comic and spoof event-related topics. Each episode will cover different subjects, ranging from party themes, weddings, event planning and celebrity events to party tips and how to's -- all with a humorous twist. "Whether you're planning or attending an event, sometimes the prep-work can get highly stressful. However, parties are supposed to be intrinsically fun. That is what we aim to bring to our audience-- laughter and joy," states Topchaya.
EventNow is revolutionizing how people search and book local service providers for events. It was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York. Operating EventNow.com, the company has over 58000 registered vendor, and has sourced more than $33.6 million in event gigs budgets.
For more information or press inquiries, please contact EventNow’s PR Dept. at 212-202-0696