Loves football, will travel.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
September 12, 2018
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Do you know someone who lives and breathes football? Or are you that friend and tailgating tiger? Perk up your ears for this one: Courtyard by Marriott, "The Official Hotel of the NFL" has launched their search for their Courtyard NFL Global Correspondent.

In the newly created role, you'll get to enjoy domestic and international travel to places like Minnesota, London, and Mexico City (on assignment to NFL football games and events, of course) and cap off your experience at Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta at The Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Now through September 24th, you can submit a one-minute video at CourtyardCorrespondent.com. In order to apply, you must be passionate about the NFL, football, food, and travel. You also have to be a member of either Marriott Rewards or SPG. Finalists will be selected for an interview round and the correspondent crowning will happen on October 16th.

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“As a brand, we have always enabled our guests to pursue their passions both personally and professionally on the road, so they can continuously move forward” said Janis Milham, Senior Vice President and Global Brand Leader, Classic Select Brands, in a Marriott press release. “This year we are extending that shared mindset to our NFL programming, giving one lucky fan the chance of a lifetime to pursue their passion for the NFL in a season-long capacity.” 

If you don't make the final cut though, fear not. Marriott Rewards and SPG will be hosting a variety of unique experience for members throughout the 2018-2019 NFL season ranging from a "Punt, Pass, and Kick" Master Class with Atlanta Falcons legend Jerry Rice to VIP access to the 2018 London Games at Wembley, complete with on-field access and luxury suite tickets.

For some inspiration and to see some early submissions from NFL Stars Emmitt Smith, Jared Allen and Jay Ajayi, watch the video below. 

Well, now certainly feels like a good time to clear out our fall and winter schedule and start contemplating ideas for our video entry.