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Sales Help Wanted

Spazz Radio Internet Radio Network is looking for a Sales Director.

 

 

The ideal candidate will possess excellent communication and organization skills.

 

 

Primary responsibilities include selling online radio advertising spots for the SpazzRadio Network.

 

 

Duties include but are not limited to: contacting and following up with potential clients, setting station and network rates, and obtaining & retaining sponsorships for Spazz Radio contests/promotions.

 

 

This position is Per Diem with pay based on actual sales.

 

Contact me at s.roberts@spazzradio.com

SpazzRadio.com

Home of Absolute Rockz, Absolute Spazz, Always HOT Country, and Absolute Hitz

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Spazz radio? Are you serious? Possibly the most offensive name for any radio group ever

I think you will find stevo that "Spazz" does not have the same meaning in the US as the offensive slang word that has been used in the UK. No doubt they will reply and explain what "Spazz Radio" means there.

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Spazz - adjective with spasms or sudden contractions of muscles

The original meaning (for our website) referred to an eclectic mix of music that covered many Genres and was at times ... 'Spazztic'

 

As others have said, there no necessarily offensive connotation with the word in the US. We have a decent listener base in the UK, so it must not be that big a deal to many.

 

SpazzRadio.com

Home of Absolute Rockz, Absolute Spazz, Always HOT Country, and Absolute Hitz

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It is not really used in the UK now since the term "spastic" has been dropped for a different term now so someone calling someone else a "spazz" is not really done these days but was years ago. The main thing is your definition is not offensive or meant to be offensive so no worries. Just another case of US versus UK words. The one that still make me chuckle is "Fanny"...... a totally different meaning in the UK to the US. Sorry that is now schoolboy humour...... or humor to our US friends. :laugh:
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It is not really used in the UK now since the term "spastic" has been dropped for a different term now so someone calling someone else a "spazz" is not really done these days but was years ago. The main thing is your definition is not offensive or meant to be offensive so no worries. Just another case of US versus UK words. The one that still make me chuckle is "Fanny"...... a totally different meaning in the UK to the US. Sorry that is now schoolboy humour...... or humor to our US friends. :laugh:

 

I think Fanny radio has a certain....ummm.....ring to it lol

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