Sexism row hits biggest tractor show after exhibitor hires two F1 style dancers

An agricultural firm has come under fire after using models to pose in front of their products during biggest tractor show. Machinery manufacturer Agrifac has now found itself amid a sexism row after encouraging visitors and guests to take selfies with their glamorous models at the Lamma show in Birmingham. During the agricultural show on January 9, the company also posted pictures of competition winners posing with ‘grid girls’ Bec Quinn and Melissa Sharp.

via Sexism row hits Britain’s biggest tractor show after exhibitor hires two F1 style dancers

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