back in the spokes-saddle

Phil is unveiling the fruits of his entrepreneurial endeavors and hard, relentless work in 2 weeks at the American Football Coaches Association convention in Nashville and I'll be joining the team as the face of the product. This is all very exciting for all kinds of reasons but I must get ahold of myself... there's a lot to be done. Script writing and memorization on the 'product' end, sprucing up on the 'face' end. (If you notice my mid-winter tan or catch a glimpse of me awkwardly teetering around in heels again you will know it's all part of the preparation... I'm not having a 1/3 life crisis.)

It seems like only yesterday that I said goodbye to the spokesmodel days and hello to Babyland, but it's actually been 4 years since I was hocking those Dodge gas guzzlers. The travel and erratic schedules, it turns out, would not be conducive to breastfeeding, and the dangerous combination of stiletto heels and turntables were certainly not compatible with a pregnant belly.

But I'm no longer pregnant, I have a husband who needs a product specialist and my mother-in-law is brave enough to take my children for a few days. So it looks like I'm back in the game, folks.

Wish me luck, and a speedy tan.


Becky said...

Wow, good luck! Can't wait to see the tan. And what is the product? Exciting!

Candice said...

Sounds like fun....and I believe I've seen you hock a Dodge before, and it was good! :)

Phil said...

ScoutForce couldn't ask for a more beautiful and well-spoken product specialist! They better be paying you big bucks or at least more than what they are paying me, which is "negative money" at the moment.

I wonder if you will get any of the "Hey....do you come with the product" one liners! I could see it live and in color. I'll be sure to throw my punches after they buy ScoutForce.

Jeff and Alysa Bajenaru said...

Can't wait to see what you two have got going down! Alysa is going to be jealous Cassie. Exciting stuff!