I don't have any issue with not having booth babes at games shows. In the same way that a magazine has every right to decide whether to plaster half naked women all over it, EG have every right not to have booth babes. It's their show. It can be whatever they want it to be.
@kalel No, although I am against the canon for what is considered beauty on a catwalk.
I would just rather have someone who knows what they are talking about when trying to sell me something, than someone who is just trying to get my attention by being half naked.
The same way that if I ever wanted an Apple product, I would rather talk to one of the experts in store (I forget the name they give them, sorry) than to David Beckham (for example).
However, I don't understand what the broader issue is with booth babes, or why it's exploitation. They would expect to have to stand around half naked at shows, because that's what their job is. They chose to do that. We're not talking about eastern European refugees who've been forced into the sex trade for fear of being deported. We're talking about Essex girls whose life ambition is to get paid for standing around in their underwear. I don't see the issue or how they're being exploited.