Bennett Olson, a normal Minnesotan man looking for a job, decided to take his campaigning for a position one step further.
Bennett recently placed his happy-go-lucky, grinning face along with the words "HIRE ME" upon a large digital billboard in hopes of gaining the attention of a potential employer. Lucky for him, this wild idea actually brought on several interviews and ended up landing him a job! He paid $300 to have his ad rotate with others for 24 hours, and during that 8-second flash of his face and website; within a day's time, it seemed to have made a big enough splash to snag a position. Way to go Bennett; now I wonder if that same campaigning would work on government electoral votes?