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Jim Beam and Kid Rock Create Unique Job Opportunity for Budding Bartenders

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Kid Rock is teaming up with bourbon brand Jim Beam to create a very unique job opportunity for a budding bartender with a love for music. Kid Rock is looking for his own personal bartender to go on tour with him.

Kid Rock is teaming up with bourbon brand Jim Beam to create a very unique job opportunity for a budding bartender with a love for music. Kid Rock is looking for his own personal bartender to go on tour with him.

The chosen bartender will head on the road with Kid Rock this summer and join him for three stops during his “Best Night Ever” tour — Irvine, California on July 26; Detroit, Michigan on August 10; and Chicago, Illinois on August 30. Along the way, the winner will receive a one-on-one bartender training session from Jim Beam’s own master mixologist Bobby Gleason. And, this all comes with a $10,000 salary.

If you’re interested in this unique opportunity, simply head here and submit a 250-word essay about why you deserve to be the chosen bartender. The winner must show creativity and a passion for both Jim Beam and Kid Rock’s music. Essays must be submitted by June 7.

Learn more about the contest by watching the video below.

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FML… Why am I just seeing this now? I’d do it for free…

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