Are you a Grandma with a big heart? Then you might just have what it takes to be GE's "Great American Grandma," who will help demonstrate new GE kitchen appliances for $50,000 a year.


GE published a job posting claiming they're looking for a "big-hearted, age-defying, lives-life-to-the-fullest and brings-out-the-best-in-everyone kind of Grandma."



If you feel that fits the bill, they're also keen on a Grandma who's full of laughs and "believes in tradition but is anything but traditional."

Whatever Grandma GE decides on will work 10-15 hours a month, demonstrating how GE appliances work, for $50,000 a year. On top of that, the lucky grandmother will also receive five new GE kitchen appliances of her own!

To apply, the Grandma or her friends and family must send a video to GE saying why they'd be the ideal "Great American Grandma." Many Grandmas have already posted their auditions online:

#Great American grandma www.youtube.com


Great American Grandma www.youtube.com


#great American Grandma www.youtube.com

Naturally, Twitter users had some recommendations:




Meanwhile, the search has already begun, with many Grandmas showing off their stuff at the 2019 consumer electronics show (CES 2019).




Think your Grandma has what it takes? Get her to this posting ASAP!

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