Cancún.com is offering the CEO or "Cancún Experience Offer" position — and there are only 18 days left to apply! According to its website, the winner will receive $10,000 a month for a six-month stint in the beautiful city. "We are seeking an outgoing, authentic, and dynamic individual (or team) to represent the amazing destination of Cancún as our CEO – Cancún Experience Officer," the statement reads. "As the CEO, you'll be sent to live in one of the most beautiful destinations on the planet for six months to tell stories through videos, photographs, and words. You'll get paid to dive into the culture, charm, and wonder of Cancún and share your experiences with a worldwide audience. Don't wait to apply! Show us your stuff and make a case for why you (or your team) should be the next CEO." Not too shabby!
Applicants are required to submit a one-minute video "describing why they would make the best CEO and how they would highlight the offerings of Cancún." The duo — who are not dating — put theirs together and it was recently posted on the site. Cort said, "Growing up I traveled the US in an RV. After I got my degree in finance I moved to Orlando from Illinois. I worked in several departments for Disney, including a travel agent for the cruise line. I am excellent at customer service, hospitality, sales, safety, show, and efficiency. Patrick traveled the US touring as a DJ. He is enthusiastic, energetic, and entertaining. He knows how to get a crowd excited. He is very outgoing and great at communicating. We are both friendly and have a strong work ethic. This would be an amazing experience."
The top 100 applicants will be contacted in December with their next mission and the top 50 applicants will be announced on Jan. 4, 2018. According to the press release, "The top five finalists will be announced on Jan. 17 and will travel to Cancún for the final selection process. The winner will be chosen and announced on Jan. 31."
The pair is following in the footsteps of their Before the 90 Days co-star Larry Passariello, who announced last week that he has put in his two weeks notice at McDonald's to fix his RV and make YouTube videos. To each their own!
For Patrick and Cortney's full application, watch the video below.