Who wants to be a NUTmobile driver?
That's right! The well-known snack company, Planters, needs drivers to drive their NUTmobiles, 12-foot, 13,000-pound vehicles to travel the country.
How cool would that be?
Planters is famous for their iconic blue-and-tan colored containers full of a variety of mixed nuts including peanuts and cashews. Right now, they're looking for people to call themselves "Peanutters" and drive their neat-looking vehicles around the country for a full year during which you would attend local events and join store grand openings. The first "NUTmobile" was originally just a "peanut car" designed by Planters in 1935 and has been driven for the past few decades.
What if this was your office for the next year? Nope, THIS IS NUT A DRILL. I’m looking for a new team to travel with me in the @planterrsnutmobile bringing substance and snacks to fans all over the country. Deadline is 2/19/21 at 11:59PM. Apply here: https://t.co/t0vpqCqQ2K pic.twitter.com/bQhfl4wf4v— Mr. Peanut (@MrPeanut) February 8, 2021
To apply, you must be a recent college graduate and excited to talk to potential customers about Planters' various products. Graduates would need to have at least a bachelor's degree, as well as a valid driver's license. Only nine people can win! Apply by February 19 to be in the running!
The nine graduates selected after the application process must be willing to stay in hotels, short-term corporate housing, or other such accommodations. They also must begin training at the Peanut Prep. These sessions will build their knowledge of the Planter products, the history of the company, and how to drive the vehicle. By the end of training, they hope to turn out successful Peanutter ambassadors who can tour the country in their NUTmobiles selling their Planters knowledge.
Although this job might not be the typical 9-5 desk job, it certainly sounds like it would appeal to young, recent graduates who want to travel right after college.
Are you allergic to peanuts or would you be interested in being a Peanutter? Share in the comments.