One of Planters‘ oldest specialized positions is in need of your help. Planters has posted a help-wanted link calling out to all potential NUTmobile drivers.
As a staple promotional vehicle that has roots that date back to 1935, when a salesman for the peanut company built his own custom peanut mobile, the NUTmobile has gone through a number of updates throughout the decades. The NUTmobile even went green in 2011 when a “Natural” version was released that was made with reclaimed barn wood, wind turbines and solar panels, and ran on biodiesel.
The application reads: “Would you go nuts for an opportunity to drive the Planters NUTmobile and walk in the shoes of Mr. Peanut for an entire year?” along with, “We’re on a ‘trail mix’ed with several stops and destinations.” Those interested in driving this outlandish peanut van can head over to the job listing page for more info.
#TBT… in 1935, Planters introduced the NUTMobile, a shell-shaped portable advertising car. A Planters salesman designed and drove the car, adding a decorative Mr. Peanut passenger behind him. #PlantersCanada pic.twitter.com/Gk4NDsqGpt
— Mr Peanut (@planterscanada) June 15, 2018
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