Join the KQCA My58 Street Team

Join the my58 Street Team

You get to pose a lot when you’re on the team, Even break dance.

You wouldn’t know it from their website (three browsers and counting, nice color choices, guys), but KQCA My58 is “looking for outgoing, self-motivated, energetic individuals with big personalities and excellent people skills to join our promotional street team. You must be extremely reliable, demonstrate excellent work ethic.”

Yes, that’s a quote, the last sentence is really constructed like that (posted on 12/20/2012, mind you).

My58 Street Team Screen Grab

Nice choice in colors, guys.

I’ll continue the cut and paste for those of you with older eyes.

These part-time positions put you in the middle of the action at some of the year’s biggest events. You will be a complete marketing ambassador for My58, by representing My58 onsite at events, taking photos and videos at events and representing My58 online through our website and social media. You will even have the chance to be featured on-air. It’s an opportunity that’s fun, flexible and gives you great experience! On-air hosting skills a plus, but not required. Must be at least 21 years old, able to lift up to 40 lbs and able to work a flexible part-time schedule.

These are real jobs though, although nothing is listed after “Compensation” on the job listings.

I think I could nail that Lead Ambassador position. Going to start working on my “compelling cover letter” now.

4 Comments

James

You wouldn’t know it from their website (three browsers and counting, nice color choices, guys), but KQCA My58 is “looking for outgoing, self-motivated, energetic individuals with big personalities and excellent people skills to join our promotional street team. You must be extremely reliable, demonstrate excellent work ethic.”

From “its” website, just FYI.

RonTopofIt

Thanks for stopping by, James. Did you get a chance to read the article, too? Are you interested in joining the My58 Street Team?

I see where you were going with your correction of my use of “their” to reference KQCA My58’s website. That is, KQCA My58 is a legal entity and not a specific person or persons.

However, in the lighthearted nature of my post, I do make mention of the “guys” that built the website poorly. So, I’m wondering if I get a pass for using “their” because I’m really referencing people and not the legal entity.

At any rate, as someone who enjoys all things grammar and sophistication, I do acknowledge that you are correct and tip my cap to you.

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