We can't think of a sweeter side hustle.
If you see a deserted parking lot and can't resist the temptation to create some smoke-filled donuts or light your rear tires up at any given opportunity, you may want to pay attention. Dodge has announced it is on the lookout for its first-ever Chief Donut Maker and, no, they're not talking about the glazed and doughy dessert.
The 122-year-old carmaker is looking for a crazy, car-loving individual that embodies the spirit of the Dodge Brothers. "We're looking to hire someone who will embody their crazy-can-do American Muscle spirit and carry the torch of the single most engaged group of enthusiasts the automotive industry has to offer."
What does this dream gig entail, you ask? This sweet side hustle will turn the winner into a fully-fledged Dodge ambassador, a year behind the wheel of a Dodge SRT Hellcat, and a new, fully stocked Dodge wardrobe - oh, and did we mention the $150,000 paycheck? Other perks of the post include attending spectacular auto events and socializing with celebs.
Reckon you've got what it takes to be the Chief Donut Maker? Applicants need to submit a video no longer than two minutes, demonstrating why they're perfect for the dream position. If your passion for American muscle shines through, your talents will be put to the test. Dodge has set a number of epic challenges up, including racing a "Dodge horsepower heavyweight"; most probably a Charger SRT Hellcat or maybe even a Challenger SRT Super Stock - although an off-road dash in the Durango SRT Hellcat would be pretty phenomenal.
Championship wrestler Bill Goldberg will oversee the competition, with each of the final 10 contestants battling their way through a series of challenges - the eliminations will be aired for all to see. The finale will reveal Dodge's new Chief Donut Maker in the spring. Interested? Applications open on January 20, 2022, with a deadline of February 28, 2022.
The Challenger is currently enjoying great popularity with power-crazed consumers. The retro-styled muscle car recently overtook the Ford Mustang to become America's best-selling muscle car.