ROSEMOUNT, Minn. (AP) -- An investment in some `face time' on an electronic billboard has paid off for a Minnesota job seeker.
Twenty-two-year-old Bennett Olson says he's landed a sales job with Laser Design & GKS Services, a 3D scanning company in Bloomington. In April, Olson paid $300 for an 8-second time slot on a rotating electronic billboard near downtown Minneapolis. His ad was up for 24 hours. It featured his photo, huge words "Hire Me!" and his web address.
In an email to KARE-TV, Olson says Laser Design is a young, yet established company with room for growth.
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