Monday, June 14, 2010

TNA has a job for you...

Don't freshen up your resumes... it's not that type of work. TNA is looking for fans to create street teams to promote events in their area, and in return, the company will pay you with tickets to a show.

TNA President Dixie Carter has been tweeting all weekend that TNA is "about to change forever" and that we'd learn all about it in the coming weeks. Today, on the Facebook page, fans were asked to join the TNA Nation.

"When a show is coming up in the near future and needs promoting, we will let you with a status update on this page. If you live in the surrounding area, shoot us an e-mail at," the page explains. "Once we have your information, we will supply you with fliers, posters, and other distribution materials to help you and your street team promote the upcoming show. If you and your team successfully promote the show and distribute all of the materials, you will be rewarded with free tickets to the TNA live event in your area!"

You can also throw TNA viewing parties at sports bars for the "extra credit" prize of autographed merchandise.

I don't know how they verify you have done the work, and I also don't know how they judge the next level:

"At the end of every six months the TNA officials will review all of the work done by members of the TNA Nation. The team that has done the most work for TNA will receive the ultimate grand prize. A package full of TNA DVD's, t-shirts, posters, and a personal phone call from one of your favorite TNA Knockouts!"

If you don't want to do all that work, you can still always send them an email with your ideas...

I don't know if this is the change Dixie was talking about or even just part of it, but I do know the last time they had a major announcement it was simply that they had given up on the Monday night waring and were retreating back to Thursday nights...


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Anonymous Miss Lindsie said...

That's stuff you talk about has been going at it for a few years. They wanted fans to help out promote a live event or even a pay-per-view. They did that one time in Los Angeles to promote Bound for Glory, but there was problems, it was the wrong time and the wrong place to done it. Because these fans were promoting Bound For Glory, while WWE was there for the Summerslam pay-per-view weekend. It was kinda stupid if you ask me.

June 15, 2010 at 9:47 AM 

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