You too Can Get Paid to Wear a T-Shirt | News
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Jason Sadler is approaching his 1,000th day of getting paid to wear T-shirts.
His business, iwearyourshirt.com, has grown and is now expanding. "We've got five people who wear shirts this year. We'll have four more next year and anyone can apply starting Oct. 3," he said.
He said it requires social media savvy, an ability to shoot and edit video, and a very colorful personality.
If you have all those traits, the pay isn't too bad, considering the job title: Shirt Wearer.
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"We paid everyone 35 grand this year with the opportunity for benefits up to 50 grand," Sadler said.