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If You Love Sports, This Might Be Your Dream Copywriting Job

Under Armour® is a sports apparel company dedicated to enhancing the performance of every athlete on every level. They’re searching for the next “number one pick in the copywriting draft” to join them full-time at their headquarters in Baltimore, MD. They need an elite writer with proven success to help them tell great stories about their products and brand. In this position, you’ll write and edit copy for advertisements, product descriptions, email campaigns, catalogs, direct-mail pieces, rich-content web pages, in-store POP displays, and more. The ideal candidate is one who learns quickly, works well under pressure with deadlines, and is well-versed in sports, athletic apparel and footwear, and the UA brand. A Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years’ writing and marketing experience are required. If you’re interested apply here.

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Published: June 11, 2009

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