NFL Advertising For 500 Volunteers For Super Bowl Halftime Show: No Pay, No Tickets, Nine-Day Commitment
It's what you've always dreamed of: a chance to move the stage and other heavy crap at Levi's Stadium for Coldplay before and after the halftime show at Super Bowl 50. Be advised that there is no pay, you don't get tickets to the game, there are nine rehearsal sessions which you must attend (again, no pay), and, endless Coldplay.
Before you sign up to be free labor with zero perks, please read this, from Forbes:
This year revenues for the National Football League will be somewhere just north of $9 billion, which means the league remains the most lucrative in the world.
Still want to do it? Here's the NFL's ad:
Applicants must be at least 18-years-old, able to lift 50 pounds and make nine different rehearsal sessions leading up to the main event at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara on Feb.7 totaling 33 1/2 hours. The first rehearsal begins on Jan. 20.
To apply, visit superbowlproductions.com.
If selected, the opportunity does not include tickets to the game itself.
Also, if you happen to find yourself near Roger Goodell or any celebrity during your labors, you must not make direct eye contact.
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