Alison Skipper & Jaycelle Coltman

Alison Skipper and Jaycelle Coltman are the foundation of Professionally Pretty Inc. They met in 2003 during a photo shoot for Ron Jon Billboard. Before long, the duo discovered their shared passion for the modeling industry, became close friends and started working together as a complimentary pair – one brunette and the other, blonde. After ten years of friendship and extensive industry experience they developed a shared vision for the Trade Show Industry.

Both Alison and Jaycelle recognized a desperate need for intellectually elevated and extremely aggressive trade shows and fell in love with the idea of supplying clients with trade show experts, rather than the dying breed of booth babes. They believed so firmly in their vision, that they sacrificed their existing representation as models in order to dedicate themselves to the trade show industry. These girls are the number one agents for providing your booths with superior talent.

Alison has an extensive background as a top Orlando model and actress. She has made an impactful impression on clients such as Hyatt Hotels, Breezes Resorts, Body Glove, Bit Coin and Security Weaver. 2009-2011, Alison hosted three seasons of “The College Experiment,” for Fox Sports LA and was the well-known, “Chelsea” from TNA on Spike TV’s “Impact Wrestling.” Alison has also appeared on several billboards for Ron Jon Surf Shop, Perfect Wedding Guide and Orlando Predators. In addition, she has done runway for Nike, Victoria’s Secret, Macy’s, Reebok and LSpace. More so, Alison has been featured on TV commercials for Gillette, Walt Disney World, Papa John’s Pizza and many more. Know too that Alison is a regular fashion & jewelry model for the Home Shopping Network (HSN) and can occasionally be found guest hosting.

Clearly, Alison brings an impressive portfolio with many years of experience to the Professionally Pretty team. Throughout this experience, she has gained a great appreciation for trade shows and as learned the art of working effectively under pressure. She knows how to drive traffic to your booth and stand in for staff when clients need immediate attention. Alison’s trade show knowledge will offer a competitive edge to your company while attracting and engaging future clients.

Jaycelle too is a great success story. Born and raised in South Africa, Jaycelle relocated to the United States at age 20, leaving behind a family who was heavily involved in the conservation and rehabilitation of endangered species. Quickly making a name for herself in the U.S., Jaycelle built a lasting career in organizing and running trade shows for her long list of loyal clients. Through hard work, self motivation, intelligence and optimism, she provides her trade show clients with an elevated level of service – turning one time clients into life-time advocates. Jaycelle is a must-have agent in the industry, having kept multiple repeat clients, who have remained loyal to her for ten-plus years. She currently works approx. 35 trade shows a year, representing a wide array of companies while remaining an active agent and owner of Professionally Pretty Inc.

Despite specializing in Trade Shows, Jaycelle is also a nationally published model. She has walked many runways and has been used for on camera work as well as silver screen. Her billboard clients include Levi’s Jeans, Ron Jon Surf Shop and Nikki Beach. She has done print bookings for Reebok, Scheels Sporting Goods, Embry Riddle University, Gators Dockside Restaurant, Coors Light, Miller High Life, Escante Catalog, Central Florida Bride Magazine, Uniform City, Master Craft, Florida Wakeboard Magazine, European American Armory, GWorld Catalog to name a few. With such an extensive background, it is of little surprise that she carries a Maxim magazine title and is also recognized by fans worldwide as the ‘Card Girl’.

Despite her well-rounded and successful modeling career, Jaycelle’s passion remains in the Trade Show Industry. This career path has allowed the ability to showcase her intellect and expertise as well as well her aesthetic appeal.