MIX 108 Slow Jams Host Applies for Director of Taco Relations
Each Sunday night MIX 108 brings the love with Sunday Night Slow Jams hosted by R Dub, now we can return the love by helping R Dub become the Director of Taco Relations.
McCormick’s seasoning is looking for someone to be their first "resident consulting taco expert." This person will get to share their love for tacos by working with the McCormick Kitchens team to develop new taco recipes, travel across the country in search of the latest taco trends, and talk to like-minded taco lovers across social media.
In his submission video for the job (which you can watch below) R Dub, dressed in the ugliest cat/taco shirt I've ever seen, describes his love for tacos and why he's known as the 'Taco Inspector.' He says that his mom's love of tacos, while pregnant with him, had him loving tacos before he "even left the womb."
R Dub points out that he was one of the first Taco vloggers on YouTube, saying that he "searched the world for the perfect Taco." And when he says "the world" he means it, besides tacos, R Dub has the goal of visiting all 193 countries on the planet, so far he's been to 165. No word on how many tacos he's consumed on his journeys, but I'm sure it's a lot.
He has also shared his love of tacos by hosting a network television show all about tacos, he's the host of a large taco festival on the west coast, and he even carries a 'Taco Inspector' badge. He also says that he almost got in a fist fight in a debate about corn versus flour tortillas, now that's passion.
If he gets the job, R Dub says that he wants to use the position as Director of Taco Relations to bring people together, much like he does every Sunday night with love songs and dedications.
Watch the video, and you'll clearly see his passion for all things' taco, and if you'd like to support him, just watch and share the video, he says the McCormick people are watching, the new Director of Taco Relations will be announced on or around September 1st, and the person will be required to work at least 20 hours per week for four months and will be paid $25,000 a month, not bad.