Rumors of booth babes at Ad:tech only slightly exaggeratedAd:tech San Francisco is on and I'm disappointed. AdWeek's Brian Morrissey promised me Ad:tech would be full of "random, sketchy lead gen ad networks who hire booth babes." Instead, I'm stuck in a session with panelists explaining how Google could better sell search advertising for offline brand advertising campaigns, which sounds boringly profitable. And I've encountered precious little sleaziness yet. Except for one guy and his two friends from Blow4Free.com. And the 13 others I met, in photographs below. A warning: The last two pics are probably too hot for your office manager to handle.

Azziza Washington and her friend on the right are from AdShuffle, where they work in "product development."
Rumors of booth babes at Ad:tech only slightly exaggerated

These two are from Traffic Marketplace. They traded their equity for the uniforms, I heard.
Rumors of booth babes at Ad:tech only slightly exaggerated

I asked these Reply.com executives for their cards. Fresh out, they handed me Tom Kelly's instead. Interested in business development? Call (925) 983-3493.
Rumors of booth babes at Ad:tech only slightly exaggerated

I can only assume this is Pete Salcido, EVP for sales at AdShuffle. Since that's whose card I got when I asked.
Rumors of booth babes at Ad:tech only slightly exaggerated

You'd think Googlers would have more self-respect than to take work as a booth babe — a piece of meat, really.
Rumors of booth babes at Ad:tech only slightly exaggerated

You'd think Yahoos would have ... never mind.
Rumors of booth babes at Ad:tech only slightly exaggerated