Michelob Ultra hires “exploration director” to visit national parks

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Michelob Ultra pays a lot of money to send someone to explore the national parks.

The beer brand recently announced that it is hiring a new “CEO” – an exploration director.

The “CEO” will travel for six months in a motorhome “capturing content while cruising the country, visiting national parks and returning Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold along the way,” according to the website.

Some of the national parks the “CEO” will visit include Sequoia, Joshua Tree, Yosemite, Big Bend and Saguaro – although these locations “are subject to change based on permissions, natural events and other unforeseen factors,” the website. .

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Explorer Michelob Ultra will also be allowed to take “a friend, spouse, partner or even a dog” with them in the motorhome, which has its own bathroom and shower, according to the site.

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According to the Frequently Asked Questions section, the “CEO” will earn $ 50,000 plus expenses for the six-month trip.

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Michelob Ultra – owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev – will also pay the gas money for the motorhome.

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Besides the love of beer, the qualifications for Michelob Ultra’s ‘CEO’ include ‘a deep appreciation of nature, the drive to walk towards the perfect photo and the ability to capture engaging content for social media,’ he said. declared the website.

Applicants must also be 21 years of age or older and have a valid US driver’s license.

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The beer brand also said the ideal candidate will appreciate and respect nature, understand “the importance of following CDC advice while traveling” and be a “strong leader with a clear sense of direction.”

The deadline to apply is September 30.

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