The wine company said it's looking for someone who's organized, can problem solve on the fly, has good communications skills, and willing to work for several months, followed by several months of off time. You'll also have to be at least 21 years-old (obviously), able to drive a large vehicle with manual transmission and a trailer, and pass a USDOT Physical Certification, among other specific requirements listed in the job description. Oh, and enjoying wine is probably a plus. In other words, being a "Canbassador" might not be for everyone. Here's how the company sums it up:
"While traveling around the country promoting wines sounds incredibly fun (it is), often, this involves being away from home for extended periods of time (1-4 months at a time), working long hours, adapting to stressful and changing conditions -- all the while providing a positive attitude and memorable experience for customers encountered during the trip."
If that sounds like your thing, Union said it's accepting resumes and cover letters (send them to firstname.lastname@example.org) by the Sunday, May 7 deadline, so you might want to get on that. With any luck, you'll be able to ditch your damn desk job for a wine-filled adventure.