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Join our team! 

Our Indy Street Team is a group of people who 'hit the streets' promoting Indy events and the Independent print products. There will be one Indy Street Team Ambassador who will be highly trained and very organized to manage the overall street team and report back to the Marketing Coordinator.

Duties will include but, not limited to:

  • placing stickers, flyers and posters in your communities
  • bringing friends to the events
  • promoting merchandise sales
  • posting to forums and bulletin boards online (Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, ect.) *viral marketing
  • managing Indy table at events
  • building newsletter subscriptions
  • handling live swag contests and giveaways
  • promoting organized events

Indy Street Team Perks:

  • free entry into sponsored and co-sponsored Indy events
  • complimentary Swag
  • Indy staff perks at events
  • drink tickets when permitted (21+)
  • stipend for Indy Ambassador





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