Kiss Looking to Hire a Military Veteran as Roadie for Summer Tour
Kiss is looking for a few good men. Or just one good man. Actually it could be a woman too. The rockers -- who've long been supporters of the men and women in the U.S. military -- are looking to hire a veteran to join their road crew when they hit the road with Motley Crue in July.
The announcement was made on NBC's 'Today' show this morning (March 28). It's part of a campaign called Hiring Our Heroes, sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The hired veteran would work as a roadie from July 14 through September 25. "Applicants do not need to be a trained carpenter, but will work long hours," a note at the band's website reads.
To apply, email your resume and contact info to HiringOurHeroes@USChamber.com. More information about the program is available here. The lucky veteran will get to be part of the team that assembles the Kiss stage every night, and get to help run the effects during the show in addition to stage teardown.
As previously reported, Kiss and Motley Crue will co-headline a 40-date summer tour that begins on July 20 in Bristow, Va. Each band will perform for 90 minutes.
Watch the Announcement about the 'Hiring Our Heroes' Program on the 'Today' Show