Dodge opens new position for chief doughnut maker, complete with $150K, use of Hellcat

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Do you embody the “crazy can-do” American Muscle spirit of the Dodge Brothers?

If so, Dodge says it might have a position for you.

The brand that lives on its high-horsepower reputation is launching a search to fill a job it’s calling chief doughnut maker, which comes with a $150,000 paycheck, Dodge-branded wardrobe and the use of a Dodge SRT Hellcat.

“When Dodge says donuts, think celebratory car maneuvers, not glazed crullers,” according to a news release.

Dodge, which is owned by Stellantis, announced its intent to create the brand ambassador position in November when it laid out its two-year business plan. The chief doughnut maker won’t actually need to quit his or her day job, according to Dodge.

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You will have to apply, however, by sending in a video that is up to two minutes long, “demonstrating passion, charisma and creativity.” Ten finalists will take part in a reality TV-style competition overseen by wrestler Bill Goldberg, where contestants try to survive elimination in various “hot seat scenarios,” including a race with a professional driver on a closed course, the release said.

Deadline to apply is Feb. 28. Applications are to be accepted beginning Thursday at www.DodgeGarage.com/chief-donut-maker.

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This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Dodge opens new position for chief doughnut maker with use of Hellcat

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