Bad Boy Mowers will be hosting Live Open Auditions for our next Bad Boy Spokesmodel June 19th in Tulsa, Oklahoma and June 20th in Rogers, Arkansas. Come join us at one of these auditions, learn about our company, meet Bad Boy Mowers staff members and audition for the position of the next Bad Boy Spokesmodel.

The Bad Boy Spokesmodel is the public face of our company and appears throughout the year at industry expos, dealer-level events and in national television commercials. Our Spokesmodel is more than just a pretty face for our company, personality, product knowledge, poise and composure in social situations is a must. At Bad Boy Mowers we know how to work hard and play hard and as Bad Boy Spokesmodel you will get special access to major events and the chance to meet tons of people including our celebrity friends. We regularly attend Professional Bull Rider Association events, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Racing events and visit our friends at SeaWorld & Busch Gardens. Not to mention the chance to hang out with music superstars like Willie Nelson, Zac Brown, Rascal Flatts and Major League Baseball players like Ian Kinsler and Archie Bradley. As Bad Boy Spokesmodel you will be right in the middle of all the action while you represent Bad Boy Mowers on the national stage!

These are Open Auditions so come anytime during the audition hours. If you don't have any experience, don't worry, just bring your personality and Bad Boy Attitude! Please read the information below and preregister for one of the audition dates if you plan to attend to speed along the process. We will have limited time at each live audition event so please come early and be prepared to fill out the necessary information if you haven't preregistered. The Bad Boy Spokesmodel position has varied part-time hours, a $40,000 annual salary, use of a company sports car provided by Mark Martin Ford of Batesville, Arkansas and includes travel expenses, wardrobe, accessories, hair and make up products. (See Spokesmodel Requirement Details below)





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