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Multi-Million Dollar Group Travel Company Recruiting Top Sorority Leaders!

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Newport Beach, Ca (April 25, 2014) — Event planning company T.E.A.M has been helping Fraternity and Sorority leaders across the country plan great events at no cost to them. Representatives work with leaders remotely to create memorable events that are tailored to their group’s needs. The company is committed to keeping organizations on schedule and under budget.

In order to keep showing Fraternities and Sororities a great time, the company is now looking to hire several people to step in and plan fun, memorable evenings. If you are a former leader and love Greek life, they want your resume!

The job will connect the successful applicants with 100 representatives who are sure to become friends as they work together to make these Greek events a reality. The perks go far beyond the connections made and having happy customers. The job allows one to work from home, travel for free, and attend corporate events.

Said owner Mike Olivas, “I created this position, because I want to offer a unique opportunity for the right person to create some amazing relationships with our campus reps, so if you’re up for the challenge, go out there and make 100 best friends.”

Applicants should be former Greek leaders. The company is targeting recent graduates who have one to two years of chapter event planning experience under their belt. Anyone who fits this criteria is encouraged to apply here http://formal.teamexp.com/remcareer

About T.E.A.M.: The Tech travel planning company focuses on making event planning for Greek leaders easy and affordable. It’s a fast-growing organization who recently announced they are on track to reach three million in revenue in 2014. The Company will be expanding its services through www.greeks36.com and www.formalbuilder.com . They are also a member of organizations such as The Better Business Bureau, Expedia and are accredited by IATAN. For more information about them, please see www.teamexp.com.

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Company Name: T.E.A.M
Contact Person: Mike Olivas
Email: mike@teamexp.com
Phone: 949-873-8326 (TEAM)
Country: United States
Website: http://www.teamexp.com

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