USDish is pledging an offer to “TV lovers and binge-watchers” by paying $1,000 to someone to watch 15 episodes of The Office in 9 days, with the catch being that the lucky winner will have to finish by the show’s 15th anniversary on March 24th, 2020. The team at USDish says it is making one person’s dream job a reality, to earn $1,000 “by doing the thing they’re probably already doing, binge-watch Michael Scott’s antics.” (This offer might seem appropriate in light of the current coronavirus situation and for those choosing to self-isolate.)
You can find the application form and other information on the link here.
Further details about the “dream job opportunity” direct from USDish are also detailed below:
What?: USDish.com is looking for someone who isn’t superstitious… just a little stitious. Similar (but better) to Michael Scott’s “Scott’s Tots” initiative, we want to pay someone $1k to watch 15 hours of The Office for 15 hours.
In return: USDish will fork out over $1,000, a Netflix gift card, and a dream job kit with The Office swag (which may or may not include Jell-O and a stapler).
Psst: bonus points if you watch The Office at your office with all your coworkers!
Where?: Interested candidates can easily apply on the link above.
Who?: USDish.com, an authorized reseller of DISH. (You might remember us from our dream job in October when we paid someone $1,300 to watch 13 Stephen King movies.)
Why?: As providers of premium entertainment channels, we’re all about binging our favorite shows — especially when we relate to the characters. As office workers ourselves, we know dream jobs are difficult to come by. That’s why we want to celebrate The Office’s 15th anniversary by paying someone $1,000 to watch 15 hours of the show!
When?: Applications are open now through March 16th, at 5 p.m. MST.
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