West Michigan: Newsmakers Dec. 4, 2009

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Grand Rapids Press:

Community event organizer Rob Bliss can now post a new Facebook status: He has a 9-to-5 job. On his Facebook page, the 21-year-old Grand Rapids Community College student recently posted he was in desperate need of a job to help offset a $7,000-plus debt incurred from his latest mass event, the Grand Rapids Zombie Walk on Oct. 30 in Calder Plaza. The rain-soaked event, which included a walk drawing more than 10,000 people and an electronic music concert, cost about $15,000. WOOD-TV (Channel 8) saw Bliss' post, and found him a position as a multi-platform account executive. He started work this week with the NBC-TV affiliate... Grand Rapids community event organizer Rob Bliss lands social media job with WOOD-TV (Thu, 12/3)

 

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