- Oct 25, 2010
I’m just saying! its not the best idea to come to CB and first post attack, well, everyone. And if you read it again, I’m citing how many of the 25 new Ozone ambassadors also rep for 1-6 other leotard companies. its fine to join the convo, give your opinion, but don’t make an account just to yell at everyone. And I guessed right, didn’t I? You’re kid is an Instagymmie. That’s fine, I know many (MANY) IG and YouTube famous gymnasts personally, and I like them all. My own kid has a channel that I monitor closely and had to make private due to harassment and threats and people using her pictures.Oh, I read your initial post multiple times before deciding to comment. I’ll start with this. “Not the best idea” for my first post? I think that’s my decision, not yours.
Now to your original post. Your whole first paragraph mentioned the ambassadors. Your “question” about the companies didn’t happen until you passive aggressively took a shot at the kids themselves by referring to them as “winners” in the quotation marks, indicating they aren’t actually winners.
Now to the companies.As i said, it must work for them. If it didn’t, maybe they would want exclusivity. So, if your question truly is, “Why do the companies do this?,” I guess the simple answer is, it works.
As for the “winners” comment, you completely misinterpreted that. It’s in quotes because it was pretty much a given who would be chosen as the ambassadors (and it actually sounds tacky to say winners because it could imply that not being chosen means loser, and I was trying to be careful NOT to imply that). I literally could have made the list and picked at least 15 of them correctly. One of them must be yours, right, and she’s repping several leo companies?