/  08.16.2021

Travis Scott’s CACTI Spiked Seltzer brand has launched a college ambassador program that will give students a chance to work with the company on their respective campuses.

According to Complex, CACTI released a statement urging college students to apply for the initiative. “Update those resumes because this semester’s hottest back-to-campus job is officially accepting applications,” the statement read. “Travis Scott’s CACTI Agave Spiked Seltzer has announced its College Ambassador Program for the fall semester. Through this program, CACTI will pay ambassadors $2,000 plus bonus incentives, CACTI merch and more.” Selected students will create and conduct social media campaigns, assist with liquor store and bar sampling and manage digital engagement on the company’s social sites.

Additionally, chosen ambassadors will receive experience in “both marketing and leadership, ongoing coaching and professional development and networking.” CACTI is looking to choose students from Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, Orlando, Miami, Houston, Chicago and Dallas. Prospective students have to be 21 or older and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Last year, Scott launched his CACTI beverage line. The spiked seltzer contains 7 percent ABV and is currently available in several flavors such as lime, pineapple and strawberry.

Back in July, the “Highest In The Room” emcee teamed up with Uber Eats to gift several of his fans with CACTI merchandise. Fans who lived in Chicago, Washington D.C., Miami, Orlando and Tampa had to order the spiked seltzer through the popular food delivery app in order to be qualified to win the merch. Winners reportedly received an army green T-shirt that was decorated with the CACTI logo and a copy of a handwritten note penned by the Astroworld star.

If you would like to apply to become a college ambassador for CACTI, click here. The last day to apply is on Aug. 26.


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