Deal models
Deal models
The following is a list of models who have appeared on the American game show Deal or No Deal. While most of the models hold the same numbered case each week, a few of the models hold a different case number each game. All 26 models wear identical dresses, jewelry and shoes; although the style changes for each episode.
Biography
Deal or No Deal (United States) models's personal information overview.
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News
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Ox Cart Days: Saturday afternoon brings rewards - Crookston Daily Times
Google News - over 5 years
Deal or No Deal models hold the cases that hide dollar amounts for one lucky person to whittle down. That person turned out to be Cameron Niemela, who ended up with $50. By Natalie J. Ostgaard, City Editor The Lip Sync Contest was held Saturday
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Even a Good Coupon Needs Good Copy - EContent (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
The rapid success of these deal models raises larger questions about whether the model is sustainable in its current form or where the opportunity may lie for publishers in this ecosystem. Is the big coupon effort the way to go?
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Live Nation teams with Groupon for discount tickets site - Music Ally (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The latest 'how can Groupon-style deal models work for music?' story actually involves Groupon. It's partnering with Live Nation for a new site called GrouponLive, due to launch in June, which will sell discount tickets for live events including music
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Google decides to build its own Groupon - Bizjournals.com (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
As with most daily deal models, Google Offers will sell goods and services for at least 50 percent off. Daily deal coupon sales are a very attractive business model for a number of reasons. They don't take a lot of money to start (though to scale
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Deal or No Deal (United States) models
    THIRTIES
  • 2008
    14 May 2008 – South Africa’s Deal or No Deal.
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    5 May 2008 – The Philippines’ Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal.
    More Details Hide Details 7 May 2008 – Estonia’s Võta või jäta (English: “Take or Leave”).
    For the 2008-2009 season, viewers were given the opportunity to vote for the next Deal or No Deal model.
    More Details Hide Details Starting on April 21, 2008, and running for eight episodes, viewers text messaged their votes or submitted online, as in the Lucky Case Game. ^ Replaced Celine De Sauvage in the Interactive Model Search. A special edition featuring twenty-five Miss USA 2006 delegates and Miss USA 2005 Chelsea Cooley as briefcase holders. The delegates involved are: Haleigh Stidham (Alabama), Kimberly Forsyth (Arkansas), Tamiko Nash (California), Ashlee Greenwell (Delaware), Cristin Duren (Florida), Catherine Warren (Illinois), Bridget Bobel (Indiana), Tara Conner (Kentucky), Christina Cuenca (Louisiana), Katee Stearns (Maine), Tiffany Kelly (Massachusetts), Danelle Gay (Michigan), Kristi Capel (Missouri), Lauren Scyphers (Nevada), Jessica Boyington (New Jersey), Onawa Lacy (New Mexico), Samantha Holvey (North Carolina), Kimberly Krueger (North Dakota), Allison Machado (Oregon), Tanya Lehman (Pennsylvania), Leeann Tingley (Rhode Island and Providence Plantations), Lacie Lybrand (South Carolina), Soben Huon (Utah), Amber Copley (Virginia) and Jessica Wedge (West Virginia).
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