That time little Michelle almost died on the horse and lost her memory.
When Shawn finally tricked Corey into telling Topanga how he really felt.
Steve debuting the “Urkel Dance” at Maxine’s rooftop party.
When many of us were growing up, little proved more important as keeping current on the latest unfoldings of ABC’s TGIF lineup. Let’s get real—it was the ‘90s and we were kids. What other public affairs were there really for us to discuss come Mondays at school? Monica Lewinsky’s tainted blue dress? O.J.’s murder trial? Rwanda?
It might surprise you to learn, however, that even as an adult, TGIF might be just as crucial a talking point.
That’s because Carlson
is hiring a manager of public relations
who will work in tandem with the company’s external PR firm in order to drive proactive communications campaigns, strategies, and day-to-day media relations activities while supervising the execution of programs and creation of content that promote brand awareness for its FRIDAYS®
Serving also as a corporate spokesperson, the ideal candidate should be experienced in handling reputation management and publicity in the press.
Speaking of handling things, don’t dawdle until the end of the week on this. Click here
to apply now.
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