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The Poor Man's Urban Survival Center Is Running an Oddest Job Contest


Imlay City, MI -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/09/2013 -- The Poor Man’s Urban Survival Center is running an odd contest: the Oddest Job Contest. Whether someone is an airplane repo-man or a cliff diver, they can enter the free contest for a chance to win gift cards and other prizes. All they have to do is send their story into the website and they will be entered into the contest for some amazing prizes.

“There are a lot of crazy, funny and unique jobs in the US and around the world. Deodorant testers and cliff divers, ghost hunters and demolition testers, there are lots of strange jobs in the world. And in a country where finding good paying work can be harder than ever before, we thought it would be interesting to hear what other people do to pay the bills.” – Bruce David, Founder, The Poor Man’s Urban Survival Center

Sharing their most interesting, bizarre or just plain odd job can be a chance to tell the world about the crazy things one will do just to make sure the rent is paid and win a prize to prove how odd the job is.

To enter the contest, people just need to sign up for a no-cost subscription to the website, http://www.poormansurvival.com. Then they can submit their story, under 100 words, to the contest. They might even have their story chosen for a new Internet TV show, Odd Job Nation.

“Everyone always said I should be on one of the TV shows for disgusting jobs or weird jobs. I am a horse inseminator. It’s weird, but I like it. This contest is awesome and I am looking forward to catching the Web TV show. Thanks.” – Bill Watson, Tulsa, OK

About Bruce David
Bruce David, an entrepreneur since age 11 and recipient of the President’s Award for Entrepreneurism, Entrepreneur of the Year Award from Venture magazine and the Network of Small Business, is the founder of PoorManSurvival.com whose mission is to protect and promote freedom, civil rights, financial well-being and overall self-reliance in these turbulent times.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Bruce David at 810-728-6202 or email at bedavid@yahoo.com.