Are you a big fan of the High Life? We found the perfect job.

Miller High Life is looking for an official ambassador, and with the perks being offered, you'll want to at least consider taking the role.

The Champagne of Beers is petitioning the Milwaukee Common Council to have their own region there in Wisconsin, and they plan to name it "The Champagne of Beers Region."

They even want the council to  "declare that only beers invented within its strict borders—around the Miller Brewery—will be considered The Champagne of Beers." Obviously, establishing a new region takes some ground work, so they're looking for an ambassador to hold down the fort.

It's simple. You show up any time they need you to smile and crack a Miller High Life open. They're even offering a salary of $20,000.

You'll also get a year of free beer and an all-expenses-paid trip to Milwaukee.

To put your name in the running, all you have to do is head over to the official Miller High Life website. In a quick 50-word essay, tell them why you're the person for the job.

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