Love Football, Food, and Travel? Your Dream Job Awaits!

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This football season Courtyard Marriott Hotels has teamed up with the NFL and created a job as a Courtyard NFL Global Correspondent.

It’s the perfect position for anyone who loves to watch football, eat food, and travel.  And who doesn’t love a fancy (albeit obscure) title?  They’re now officially accepting applications!

In My Mind, Football = Wings and Piggies in Blankets!

The role of the Courtyard NFL Global Correspondent will be to travel to football stadiums around the world, in cities like London, Mexico City, and even Atlanta for the Super Bowl, to interview football fans and find “unique and interesting stories of NFL fan passion.”

According to the application page, applicants must be passionate about football and have a love of travel to be eligible.  You’ll also need to be flexible, as you’ll be traveling throughout the fall and winter months.  And you’ll need to be comfortable in front of the camera because one of the application requirements is a 60-second video.

Lastly, you’ll need to have a passport and be a member of the Marriott Rewards program!  Easy enough, right?

What do you think?  Let us know if you plan on applying!

Meghan Hunter is an editor for Million Mile Secrets. She covers points, miles, credit cards, airlines, hotels and general travel. Her work has also appeared in The Points Guy.

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