Do you like pizza? Do you like college basketball? Do you like pizza, college basketball, and lots of money? If you’re one of the billions of people who answered ���yes, obviously” to these three questions, Pizza Hut may have the perfect job for you.
On Tuesday, the beloved fast-food pizza chain announced its new “Pizza Hut All-American” position, which promises one lucky fan $50,000 to watch as many Division I NCAA championship games as humanly possible. Basically the job description includes traveling around the country, posting some photos and videos to social media, and most likely eating a butt load of stuffed-crust ‘za.
“This is one of those rare once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to experience something that no one has done before,” David Daniels, Pizza Hut’s vice president of media and advertising, said in a statement. “We know that college sports fans are as passionate about their teams as we are about pizza, and as the Official Pizza of the NCAA, we felt it was our obligation to bring exclusive Pizza Hut experiences to Division I NCAA championships, especially those that often don’t get the limelight.”
For some reason, Duke star-turned Miami Heat guard Shane Battier has been tapped to select the right candidate.
“To have a chance to be part of all of these championships is pretty special,” Battier said in a statement. “I’m looking forward to seeing what kind of candidates are out there.”
If there was ever a time to finally spruce up that resumé, it’s now.