Japanese New Trend – Advertisement on women’s legs

Japanese New Trend - Advertisement on women's legs

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February 19, 2013, Tokyo, Japan – Advertisement on women’s legs. A good advertisement should be put where everyone looks; women’s legs are a perfect canvas. In Japan a new advertising service allows women to rent out their own legs to advertisers. The company is called Absolute Territory PR, and the number of women participating are increasing day by day. As of November 2012, about 1300 girls have already registered their legs as ad space, and the number keeps increasing. Participating women get their legs stamped with an ad and go on with their usual life, of course wearing a short skirt or shorts and showing their legs around as much as possible. As long as the ad is showing on their legs for eight hours a day or more, their job is done, and they are paid a part of the advertising fee. As proof of their work, participants must also post pictures of themselves “wearing” the ad on their own Facebook, Twitter or other social networks. Lately, even the world famous rock band Green Day has employed the service to promote the Japan release of their new CD, !Uno! According to Eichi Atsumi, a spokes person at the company running the service, the only guidelines that have to be met to get the job are that the registered person is connected to at least more than 20 people on some social network and that they are over 18 years old. (Photo by Naho Yoshizawa/AFLO)

Japanese New Trend - Advertisement on women's legs

(Click on the image above to view the full gallery)

February 19, 2013, Tokyo, Japan – Advertisement on women’s legs. A good advertisement should be put where everyone looks; women’s legs are a perfect canvas. In Japan a new advertising service allows women to rent out their own legs to advertisers. The company is called Absolute Territory PR, and the number of women participating are increasing day by day. As of November 2012, about 1300 girls have already registered their legs as ad space, and the number keeps increasing. Participating women get their legs stamped with an ad and go on with their usual life, of course wearing a short skirt or shorts and showing their legs around as much as possible. As long as the ad is showing on their legs for eight hours a day or more, their job is done, and they are paid a part of the advertising fee. As proof of their work, participants must also post pictures of themselves “wearing” the ad on their own Facebook, Twitter or other social networks. Lately, even the world famous rock band Green Day has employed the service to promote the Japan release of their new CD, !Uno! According to Eichi Atsumi, a spokes person at the company running the service, the only guidelines that have to be met to get the job are that the registered person is connected to at least more than 20 people on some social network and that they are over 18 years old. (Photo by Naho Yoshizawa/AFLO)