Dodge Still Hasn’t Found Anyone Good Enough to Pay $150,000 to Be the Chief Donut Maker
- Dodge is looking for someone to pay $150,000 to do donuts in a Dodge SRT Hellcat
- Applicants must make a two minute video explaing why they would be a good fit for the job
- 10 finalist will compete in various driving competitions on a TV showed hosted by Bill Goldberg
- Submissions are due by Febuary 28th
How good are you at ripping donuts? If you, like me, are really just high school parking lot good, this job probably isn’t for you. Dodge is still, after months, looking to fill the brand ambassador role of Chief Donut Maker, paying a whopping $150,000 and a Dodge SRT Hellcat as your own personal company car. As a matter of fact… *calls Dodge*
Dodge is looking to pay someone big bucks to do donuts in a Dodge SRT HEllcat
If this gig wasn’t good enough already, the guy doing the hiring is none other than Wrestling legend Bill Goldberg. That’s right! Mr. ”who’s next?” is working with Dodge to find the master of burning rubber.
The winner of the job will get a one-year contract as an official Dodge brand ambassador, $150,000, and an SRT Hellcat for honing their skills at the Radford racing school.
Who is Dodge looking for?
“We’re looking to hire someone just like [the Dodge Brothers] as our chief donut maker, someone who will embody their crazy can-do America-muscle spirit and carry the torch of the single most engaged group of enthusiasts the automotive industry has to offer,” said Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis. “And what better way to find them than creating this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to drive the No.1 muscle car in America.”
According to CarScoops, Dodge is looking for someone to dress head to toe in Dodge swag. This ambassador will have to attend car events and gatherings to rub shoulders with famous people and, I assume, rip donuts when need be.
How can you get the Dodge Chief Donut maker Job?
We first heard of this badass job opening last November. The fact that Dodge still hasn’t managed to fill this spot is either that there aren’t enough master donut makers, or Dodge is being really particular about who they want to fill the job.
Dodge and Goldberg have asked for a short video submission to show why you might be the king of the black circle. It will be judged on how well they demonstrate passion, charisma, and creativity, says Dodge.
Of all the applicants, Dodge will pick 10 finalists based on their videos. Those 10 finalists will then have to put their skills to the test. The contestants will compete in various fancy driving scenarios involving a Dodge vehicle, a professional driver, and a closed course.
With every day, this job sits on the shelf unfilled, the more eager some rear-wheel-drive hooligans much are rending their garments and gnashing their teeth in anticipation.
Don’t worry, Dodge is going to make it a TV show
These finalists will not only be competing for the ultimate gig, but they will do so on prime time television. The show will be hosted by Bill Goldberg. Submissions for the job are due by February 28th and must be no longer than two minutes.