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You Can Make $2,000 In One Day If You Hate Tim Hortons Dark Roast Coffee

And you can get your whole family involved, too.
Tim Horton's Will Give You $2,000 If You Own Up To Hating Their Coffee

It's not every day that you can get paid for hating something, but that's exactly what this Tim Hortons casting call is offering.

Tim's customers who have tried the company's dark roast coffee in the past and have been "constantly disappointed by it" can earn $2,000 by being in a commercial and talking about it, says this Toronto casting call.

Interested haters must film a quick video — talking all about the times they've tried the dark roast and disliked it — and email it to the casting company by Monday, November 30, at 6 p.m.

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$2,000 Payment for the commercial

Auditioners — who must be in Toronto or the GTA — can also film the video with their family members, too, as long as they have also drunk Tim's Dark Roast coffee in the past.

And it's a bonus if you often visit a specific Tim Hortons restaurant and have a relationship with the employees or the owner.

The auditions should be recorded on video, but the actual commercial will be shot in person on either December 7 or 8.

Only one day of filming for $2,000 — that can get you a lot of cups of dark roast coffee.

Project: Tim Hortons Dark Roast Coffee DRINKERS

Salary: $2,000

Company: Tim Hortons

Why You Should Apply: Get paid for dissing Tim Hortons and their coffee!

Apply Here

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