Win Your Dream Travel Job

Win Your Dream Travel Job

Love traveling and sharing your experiences on video? Well here’s your chance to shine! You could win the travel job of a lifetime! We’re sending four people to travel and shoot video on trips to Europe and North America this summer, and we’re covering up to up to USD $15,000 per person in travel expenses! Enter Viator’s dream travel job contest for your chance to win. Viator challenges you to create a unique video that shows off your film-making talents
and your love for travel. Simply choose one of the assignments from the examples below, and make a one-to three-minute video. Take us on a tour of your city. Tell us your most useful travel tips. Share a video, or photo depicting your
unforgettable experience. Once your video is done, visit to submit your video no later than April 25th. A panel of video professionals will select the best
of the best to become a member of one of Viator’s video teams visiting some of the world’s hottest travel destinations. Capture your world on the Video Team for Viator. [Music]

11 thoughts on “Win Your Dream Travel Job

  1. @kkhhoona I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble uploading your submission video. Please note, the in order to upload your video it must be under 1G and in one of the following formats: 3gp, avi, m2ts, m4v, mkv, mov, mp4, mpeg, mpg, wmv. If you have any more questions, please e-mail: [email protected]

  2. @kkhhoona I think the receipient for this paid holiday has already been decided and that this competition is a facade.

  3. Absolutely! As long as you meet the other eligibility requirements (age, etc.) specified in the terms and conditions, location is not a factor.

  4. Don't you have anything better to do than follow me around worried about what I'M doing? I'm sure these intelligent people can decide for themselves if something is a scam. And I'm even more sure that they appreciate the insult that they would need someone like you to give them warning.

    You hear that , y'all. Video blogging and telling people about world class opportunities is a scam. You heard it here first.

    Get lost, "Steve". Find someone else to stalk.

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