(I really don't understand how I stood out, I mean I've only posted in my college's facebook group a couple of times.lol it just means I'm a student at Spelman College.
Well basically I contacted you cuz I'm a representative of Flyaway World LLC, a promotion company in Atlanta.
I don't know if you've heard about a some of our high school parties or maybe some of our major college events such as Sweat It Out: Slowjam Edition, Invented Sex, Are You Afraid of the Dark [The Halloween Party] and Freak Me Slow II.
This year we're looking to do even bigger events and to do so we're going to need a somewhat larger team. Xavier Flyaway, CEO of Flyaway World and I have been browsing through the rising freshman class for students who look like they would be interested in opportunities such as this. Your page was one that stood out to us.
Since you will be attending Emory, you would be a valuable asset to our team, working more closely with me than Xavier and other upper-class members of Flyaway. A lot of our parties are open to all schools in Georgia and we usually cater more-so to the AUC but as I said we're looking to expand again to even more schools this year.
Some perks of being a part of our team include free entry to our parties which you'll find benefits you in more ways than one. You also get to meet a lot of different kinds of people, most of whom are very influential and of course, a ridiculous chance to meet every type of girl you could imagine. But, to have these perks you will have to do a little work.
This work, for you, will probably only consist of distributing flyers to dorm rooms and students on your campus, something I'd walk you through if you've never done it before.
Overall, promoting (especially with us) can be a very rewarding, fun and exciting experience to partake in in Ga. Again, a majority of the time you would be working directly with me, so if you have any questions at this point feel free to ask me, but most of all let me know if you are interested! =D
I also don't understand how I looked like I'd be the type interested in this opportunity LOL)
This opportunity sounds interesting and lovely and too good to pass up, but can any of you see any negatives to accepting this opportunity and working this fauxjob after going to college?