I'd love to be an Oscar Mayer wiener. That's what I'd truly love to be and now there is a chance! Actually, I have wanted to be a broadcaster from the day I realized that I cannot play guitar or drums. Occasionally I have driven the station vehicle to concerts and different road trips but could you imagine being a "hot dogger" and driving the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile? According to Thrillist there are openings for a Wienermobile Spokesperson.

The Kraft Heinz Company listed the available position for a full-time, 1-year paid assignment as an Oscar Mayer Hotdogger! This is some of what they are looking for:

  • Outgoing, creative, friendly, exuberant, college graduate
  • Represent the Oscar Mayer brand as you crisscross the hot dog highways of America
  • Execute over 200 events during your one-year tour
  • Desire and ability to spend the year on the road as an ambassador for Oscar Mayer
  • Must be comfortable with daily road travel in the Wienermobile and staying in hotels or short-term corporate housing throughout the United States
  • It is important that Hotdoggers are trustworthy, flexible, outgoing, people-people that can be self-motivated and positive throughout their travels/tour

For more requirements click HERE but don't delay. Even though there are six different hot dogs on wheels driving around the country at all times, the deadline for applications is Sunday, January 31st. Apply for the position HERE. If you don't become a hot dogger you could apply for a similar position of Planters Spokesperson and drive the NUTmobile. Apply for that position HERE.

Stick these fun facts in your bun:

  • The first Wienermobile was created in 1936
  • This is no "foot long", this hot dog on wheels is 27 feet long
  • The 1969 WIENERMOBILE model featured Ford Thunderbird taillights, a Chevy motor home frame and averaged 187 smiles per gallon.
  • The 1952 WIENERMOBILE has been living for years in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan

If the opening lines to this story sounded familiar in your head it is because of the world-famous Oscar Mayer jingle.


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