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Christmas dream job: Get $1,000 to watch 24 Hallmark Christmas movies

Posted: 9:04 AM, Nov 14, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-14 12:04:14-05
Christmas dream job: Get $1,000 to watch 24 Hallmark Christmas movies
Christmas dream job: Get $1,000 to watch 24 Hallmark Christmas movies
Christmas dream job: Get $1,000 to watch 24 Hallmark Christmas movies

The holidays are near and what better way to get into the spirit — and make a little extra shopping money — than by watching some Hallmark Christmas movies?

Hallmark is releasing 40 new movies this year, which means you'll have plenty to view before Christmas.

CenturyLinkQuote is looking for "lovers of all things Hallmark and Christmas" to watch 24 different Hallmark movies by December 25. In return, they'll give that person $1,000 and a Hallmark movie-watching kit.

"The holidays are the most wonderful time of year! We want to understand what role Christmas movies play in people’s holiday traditions, and how folks are choosing to watch their most beloved holiday classics," CenturyLinkQuote said in a press release.

Think this is you? Apply here. Applications will be accepted through December 6, 2019. If you want a better shot at winning, CenturyLinkQuote says you can create a 2-3 minute video showcasing your best holiday spirit.

The Perfect Candidate, according to CenturyLinkQuote:

Rule #1: You don't like Christmas — you love it.
Rule #2: You must be over 18 years old and be a US resident.
Rule #3: You know how to work the 'Gram, Twitter or Facebook. We want someone who's willing to document their Hallmark marathon with their followers.

We want you to have opinions — lots of them! Think the grumpy Grandpa turned jolly Santa was a little overdone? Felt like the plot was a bit half-baked? Be as honest as possible in your review.

If you win, CenturyLinkQuote will hook you up with your very own Hallmark binge-watching package.

Here's what's inside:

  • Streaming service subscription
  • Packet of hot cocoa
  • Box of Christmas cookies
  • String of fairy lights
  • Mini Christmas tree
  • More Hallmark swag than you could ever need

This story was originally published by Katie Cox on WRTV.