Want To Work in NASCAR? Here's Everything You Need To Know

Amanda BradeenCorrespondent IApril 14, 2009

As many of the up and coming journalists on Bleacher Report, I would love to have a job in NASCAR.

Unfortunately, with the economy the the job market as it is, it is very tough to get any job. While searching on the web for NASCAR jobs, I came across a awesome package.

I came across a website with a package called, "7 Steps to a NASCAR career." This package was created by two people, who have a knack for finding people jobs with NASCAR teams.

The package once again called, " 7 Steps to a NASCAR career," includes information on

* Finding job openings, which includes a NASCAR job hot line.

* Getting the skills and experience needed for what you want to do.

* How to put yourself in front of the crowd. Why are you better than everyone else?

* How to get write you resume and get it noticed.

* How to get an interview.

The package comes with, " 7 Steps to a NASCAR career", book which walks you step by step on how to get the job you want in the NASCAR field.

NASCAR team listings including, names, addresses, fax numbers, phone numbers and job offerings.

Job tracker software and, "NASCAR Job Search", audio tape. This package costs $99.

For more information on this one-of-a-kind NASCAR job search package and for ordering information visit http://racingsecrets.com/racing_jobs.shtml

Hope this is helpful for anyone searching and having a dream of working for NASCAR.

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