MILLER TO DRESS DOTS: Nicole Miller will be helping Dotster Inc., a Vancouver, Wash.-based domain registration provider, dress up its new team of female ambassadors, the Dotster Dots.
Miller will serve as the official designer for the group. While the world of Internet services isn't exactly the most dashing industry, Dotster is holding open auditions for the Dotster Dots, women who will wear Nicole Miller dresses and other attire when they make appearances on behalf of the company at various events. Starting later this month, the company will hold open calls in four cities to find its four-woman team. Celebrity judges will help select the winners, who must be older than 18.
The search will begin Sept. 21 in Miami, followed by an Oct. 5 stop in Atlanta, an Oct. 19 event in New York and one on Nov. 2 in Hollywood. Dotster plans to sign yearlong spokeswoman contracts with four models and/or actresses.
In addition to corporate appearances, the Dotster Dots will appear in print ads, on radio spots and on online model and fashion Web sites.
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