Scottsdale-based Go Daddy wouldn't be the world's largest seller of Internet domain names -- by far -- without its stable of scantily clad sex kittens.
Now that Christine Jones, former general counsel for the company, is running for governor, we can't help wondering how she'd look in some of the outfits that helped make founder Bob Parsons a billionaire. As the Republican gubernatorial candidate's bio states, Jones has testified before Congress numerous times -- was she the inspiration for Go Daddy's controversial and fun C-SPAN-themed 2005 Super Bowl commercial?
Here's Valley Fever's take on some wardrobe options for the campaign:
10. Stick-and-ball phenom Anna Rawson and Christine Jones, depicted here wearing the standard Go Daddy Girl uniform.
9. According to a December 2012 Arizona Republic article, "Parsons told a group of investors and entrepreneurs at a conference in November that the use of well-endowed, scantily clad women in Go Daddy's advertisements is largely responsible for the company's success." Will Jones, a lawyer who was former general counsel for the company, follow the same business model by investing in more tank tops?
8. Go Daddy also makes the tank tops in black. We can't tell from the pictures we've seen of Jones whether she can fill out out one of these shirts -- that would help her sell herself, according to the tried-and-true Parsons sales method.
7. Christine Jones as the Go Daddy pizza girl.
6. Remember that Go Daddy ad where the weird-looking dork kisses Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli? Sort of like how Christine Jones wants a big, sloppy kiss at the ballot box from you, good voters.
5. Who would look better in a bikini top, Christine Jones or Governor Jan Brewer?
2. Christine Jones as Go Daddy bad-Batgirl.
1. Voters, start your engines!
(Photo illustrations by Ray Stern)