Lucky to have studied abroad while in college, I have literally ventured to the other side of the globe and back. Living in a place such as Chicago, however, my nose sometimes vicariously seems to make its own worldly travels each day. It's enough to make anyone realize just how quickly people become acquainted with and, sometimes grudgingly, accustomed to the various scents around them.
One moment on the streets of the Windy City, the river and lakefront breezes deliver the pleasant aroma of cocoa—there’s a chocolate factory
downtown. The next minute, it's the pungent stench of trash, trash, and more trash—there’s also a lot of garbage downtown.
Needless to say, smell is something that can change in an instant, with not every olfactory stimulus landing agreeably in one’s nostrils. No wonder Yankee Candle is welcoming an international marketing manager
to help it spread good fortune, one nasal passage at a time. Serving as the U.S. point of contact for the company’s global sales team, the person in this role will aid in developing and overseeing the Yankee Candle brand, its products, and its customer service experience.
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