• Elaine Beezy is a car show model and has a net worth of over $1 million
• Barrett-Jackson is an auction company that specializes in the auctioning of classic and antique cars
• Celebrities such as George W. Bush have attended the auctions and purchased vehicles
• The hashtag #soldstickergirl brought Elaine to fame after her pictures were posted from a Barrett-Jackson Auction
• Elaine is a hamburger connoisseur and is Barrett-Jackson’s trivia hostess
Who is Elaine Beezy?
Elaine Beezy was born on 1 September 1983, in the United States of America, and is a car show model, best known from earning huge popularity online after the hashtag #soldstickergirl started trending online following a series of pictures posted from a Barrett-Jackson Auction.
The Riches of Elaine Beezy
How rich is Elaine Beezy? As of late-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is over $1 million, largely earned through a successful career with Barrett-Jackson. Her online fame has also helped in opening her up to numerous other opportunities. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Barrett-Jackson is an auction company based in Scottsdale, Arizona though they have run collector events in other places as well, such as Las Vegas, Nevada, Uncasville, Connecticut, and Palm Beach, Florida. They specialize in the auction of antique and classic cars. The founders of the company, Russ Jackson and Tom Barrett met through a mutual interest in the 1933 Cadillac V-16 town car that Barrett owned, leading them to the idea of car auctions.
— Barrett-Jackson (@Barrett_Jackson) January 25, 2019
They conducted their first show in 1967, called “Fiesta de los Auto Elegantes” which was intended as a fund raiser. This led them to their first classic car auction four years later, at which they sold two Mercedes-Benz 770K Phaetons that served the German dictator Adolf Hitler. The two founders would later pass away, but Jackson’s son Craig took over the company in 1995, and started airing auctions live on television. The auctions started to expand to other locations, including Orange County, California, Reno Nevada, and many others. One of the most notable appearances at an auction event happened in 2018, when former President George W. Bush appeared to buy a first production 2018 Chevrolet Corvette Carbon 65 Edition.
Barrett-Jackson auctions sell various types of vehicles. from motorcycles to trucks, with even major car manufacturers selling several first production vehicles for charity. The company has also auctioned boats, engines and airplanes, as well as memorabilia. Numerous celebrities have attended the event, with some putting their own vehicles up for auction. Some of these celebrities include Muhammad Ali, Alice Cooper, David Spade, Criss Angel, Bill Goldberg, and Michael Bay. One of their biggest auctions was held in Scottsdale in 2018, which ran for nine days with more than 1,700 vehicles up for auction, which attracted over 325,000 spectators, and over 5,200 bidders from all 50 states, plus others from 13 countries. A few of the most notable sales from the event included a 2017 Ford GT, a 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder, and a 1952 Ferrari 212 Europa.
The auctions have even expanded airings to other networks, including Fox Sports and other channels in the Fox Network. However, in 2015, the broadcast rights to the events were given to Discovery Communications with on-air hosts Ray Evernham and Chris Jacobs taking over.
— Elaine (@Elaine_Beezy) October 24, 2012
Sold Sticker Girl
The fame for Beezy began when photos on Twitter and Instagram began circulating with the hashtag #soldstickergirl. Most of the pictures were taken by one camera man of the auction, featuring a woman putting the sold sticker on the auctioned cars. The pictures drew a lot of attention due to the attractive figure and apparel of the mysterious woman, especially as there weren’t a lot of photos showing her face, which drew people even further into the mystery.
Eventually, people started looking into who this mystery girl was, and discovered Beezy who had been working for the auction company for some time. While other auctions have featured other sold sticker girls, many are still awaiting for her next appearance. It is said that her appearance has led to more working opportunities, which has increased her income. She also took the opportunity of fame to start connecting with her fans through sites such as Instagram. Since her appearance, most women working at these auctions have been called sold sticker girls, though she remains as the most iconic of all of them. People have also dug into some of her other pictures, circulating them online. Many people also praised the camera man who was responsible for elevating her popularity.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, not much is known about Elaine’s romantic relationships. There have been no details revealed as to whether she is in a relationship or is married. Many her family members have appeared online through her social media posts, including her father to whom she is very close. She also had an older brother, who passed away from cancer.
She is highly active online through social media, having an account on Instagram. She has taken on the hashtag soldstickergirl, and is also Barrett-Jackson’s trivia hostess. She works with Armadillo Grill for trivia night too, and is a self-proclaimed hamburger connoisseur. Photos show her travelling around the country engaging in a lot of physical activities. She also posts photos of some of the events she’s been at, including that of Barrett-Jackson. She mentioned online that she’ll miss working for the auction company, indicating that either her contract has finished, or she’ll be moving to other duties after the event that brought her fame.
Barrett-Jackson events are still held annually in Scottsdale.