(NOTE: I DID NOT HAVE AN AFFAIR WITH THIS MAN BUT YOU WOULD THINK I DID BY JUST HOW AWESOME THIS FEATURE IS)
TALKERS | December 16, 2011 By Mike Kinosian Special Features Correspondent
Uttered with such exuberance of Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) in the 1964 film classic “My Fair Lady,” Professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) twice proclaims, “By George, she’s got it.” Despite the absence of breaking out into a song like “The Rain in Spain Falls Mainly on the Plain,” a similar “By George, she’s got it” deduction surrounds what Debbie Nigro is executing with her “Still a Babe” project.
Genuinely affirming that she and her fellow baby-boomer “babes” are actually getting younger every day, Nigro greatly anticipates each forthcoming day. That refreshing upbeat attitude is what she is delivering to an extensive target audience, who are constantly seeking ways to become ageless. Mirroring the base to which she has such strong appeal, Nigro is no stranger to being knocked to the mat; however, she refuses to succumb to setbacks.
Part of the Still a Babe philosophy features Nigro cheerleading her constituents to celebrate their imperfections and deliver humor, even though some of their physical qualities are beginning to erode. Very evident is Nigro’s subscription to the laughter can be the best medicine approach and she is extremely cognizant that this segment of the population has tremendous economic clout. They trust their fellow “girlfriends” and maverick Nigro has emerged as the primo “babe.”
With that backdrop, it would certainly appear that of Nigro’s entire Still a Babe package, Professor Higgins would deliver a heartily enthusiastic, “By George, she’s got it,” nudging industry observers that what Dynamo Debbie is doing to reach female demos could be of significant attention.
Key component – “attitude”
In only their most positive contexts, at times mysteriously nebulous catchall terms “many-sided” and “versatile” are incontrovertibly applicable to Nigro, an inexhaustibly fascinating business executive; marvelous interviewer; engaging conversationalist; accomplished author; and upbeat humorist.
Even something as mundane and elementary as a job title though takes its own Nigro-inspired twist as one of the First Wives World’s founding partners was its chief executive girlfriend; currently the effervescent New York native is StillaBabe.com’s chief executive babe. Owing to the fact that some misinterpret Nigro’s mission, she clarifies it by stating that when spoken to a woman over 40, “‘Still a babe’ is a phrase that evokes a smile. I am the champion of women of a certain age who believe attitude is the key to the everlasting power of their femininity.”
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