Calling adventure seeks in South Dakota, Iowa, and Minnesota!

Would you like to travel across the country and spread joy with a 26-foot-long peanut? Then we found the job for you!

The iconic Mr. Peanut of PLANTERS® is searching for the next "Peanutters" to drive the NUTmobile! You'll travel the country while getting paid for it. What job can beat this dream job?!

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The "Peanutter" position is a one-year, full-time paid job lasting from June 2024 to June 2025. Mr. Peanut of PLANTERS® is currently looking for three "Peanutters" for the year. What does being a "Peanutter" and driving the NUTmobile take? Future "Peanutters" will be responsible for the following:

  • Public appearances and media interviews
  • Attending various local community events
  • Engaging with consumers
  • Volunteering in local communities
  • Entertaining fans across the country at local community events.

This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime career opportunity, especially for recent college graduates from South Dakota, Iowa, and Minnesota. Are you qualified to be the new "Peanutter?" Here are the qualifications from the Peanutters' website:

  • College graduate with a bachelor’s degree, preferably in communications, marketing, advertising, public relations, or a related field.
  • Desire to travel, an appetite for adventure, and proficiency in nut-related puns is a must.
  • A resume, cover letter, and short video describing why you would make the perfect Peanutter submitted by Sunday, April 14th.

The "Peanutters" is a great opportunity to meet new people while promoting delicious peanuts from Mr. Peanut of PLANTERS®!

Did I mention you get paid? What are you waiting for? Get crackin'!

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