One lucky person is going to have a summer they'll never forget. Meal delivery service, Favor, is looking for someone to travel across the entire state of Texas with one job: To eat tacos. And they're going to get paid $10,000 to do it.

As Favor's marketeers phrase it, they're is looking to hire a summertime "Chief Taco Officer." Basically, the food delivery service will pay someone (preferably a Texan) 21-yeras-of-age or older $10,000, plus free free food and travel accommodations, to drive across the Lone Star State, enjoy the sights and eat tacos during June and July.

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Here's more info from Favor:

You’ll spend two days in each city. You can visit the sights, shop, meet up with friends - whatever you’d like! We simply ask that you get tacos delivered by Favor from a variety of restaurants during at least two meal times (breakfast, and lunch or dinner) throughout your stay in each city and review your dining experience with photos, a written journal entry, and video to share with our team, as well as your followers across social channels. We also ask that you provide videos and photos of your activities across Texas - think of this as a travel journal documenting your trip!

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Anyone interested in applying should put together a short video telling the folks at Favor why they're the best candidate for the job and then share it to TikTok or Instagram. There's also an online application to fill out by May 12.

As the website says, "Taco 'bout a dream come true!"

To get more information about becoming Favor's Chief Taco Officer and for complete entry details, JUST CLICK HERE!

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