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Posted by Willy Franzen on February 25, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Driver - Regional Truck Driver - Part-Time - Class A CDL||Philadelphia, PA|
|Need lawn mowing and lawncare||Bradenton, FL|
|Retail Office Assistant||Kingston, NY|
|Need general contracting||Houston, TX|
|Need a Demolition Specialist||Valley Springs, CA|
|Diesel Mechanic||Toledo, OH|
|Intern, Horticulture||Orlando, FL|
|Regional Weekends off.Average $.52 Cents per Mile||Milford, PA|
|Distribution Services Training & Development IT Internship - Spring - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity||Lake Buena Vista, FL|
|Marketing Set Up||St. Louis, MO|
I didn’t watch the Oscars last night. (I can’t stand award shows, and I rarely go to see movies in the theaters.) But I hear that advertisers are treating the event like the Super Bowl for women. Entertainment is a massive industry that only keeps growing, and what I find most interesting about it is how much attention begets attention. Argo probably wouldn’t have won Best Picture without Ben Affleck’s name attached to it, and nobody would read stories about a drug addicted mess if her name wasn’t Lindsay Lohan. That’s how Hollywood works, and that’s why marketing and advertising are so important. Trailer Park is a Hollywood, CA based “entertainment marketing agency” that serves “a broad spectrum of clients, including theatrical, television, home entertainment, videogames, publishing, music, brands and more.” They work with huge names and know how to keep the attention flowing.
If someone told you that you’d end up at a trailer park after you graduate college, you’d be pretty bummed. It turns out that it’s not so bad. Trailer Park has done work for clients including Django Unchained, Ironman 3, The Hobbit, Mad Men, Brave, and lots more. Yes, those names would probably still be big without the help of an agency, but Trailer Park is able to create campaigns that live up to the expectations associated with those names. That’s a big deal in the entertainment industry. If you feel like you’re destined for the Trailer Park, take a look at the company’s Jobs page. They have a specific posting for Entry Level Opportunities (Receptionists, QA, Production Assistants), but there are also specific postings including Assistant Editor, Assistant Support Technician, iOS Developer, Junior Planner, Online Ad Production Designer, Social Media Strategist, and UI/UX Designer.
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