Public Address Announcer / Event Manager

Website AARacing_Pigs All-Alaskan Racing Pigs

Porcine athletes competing full boar around a full-contact speedway. Flat track, hurdles, championship racing, Entertaining Famlies Since 1987

Job description

Are you a rockstar at heart? Can you handle life on the road? Does adventure and new experience excite you? Are you a leader that can independently manage a small unit of an enterprise? Do you want to manage the whole business eventually? This might be it.

We travel the west coast states performing racing pig shows and kids pedal tractor pull shows. Your job will be to take loving care of the little piggies, perform the shows, make the fans happy, drive the motorhome, pull the pigs’ trailer, set up the show equipment, sell merchandise after the show, and have fun! Google “All-Alaskan Racing Pigs” and you will see and read all about us.

This is as fun as work gets, and this could be you.


  • You will live on the road. No trips home on weekends. You are gone for the full season. You will have plenty of time off, but no time to go home. (Make your friends visit you. They’ll be envious.)
  • You will do physical work. The two-person team sets up the show and takes down the show for each event. You will work up a sweat.
  • You will have real responsibilities. You will handle cash and have to account for it. You will have animals to care for. You will have crowds up to 2000 people cheering and laughing with you. You have to show up and be on time every day and every show.
  • If you are up to this challenge you will be rewarded handsomely.

Some basics:

  • You announce for up to 2000 people and be the front person for the pigs and pedal pulls — the golden voice!
  • Perform from 3 to 6 shows each day, 20 minutes per show.
  • Perform shows from 1 to 7 days per week depending on the event.
  • Sell merchandise after each show, handle money, run credit card transactions, and keep records of daily sales and expenses.
  • Share a motorhome with another team member. A usual team is two announcers.
  • Drive the motorhome and pull a trailer, about 50-feet of vehicle total.
  • Lift and carry up to 40 lbs. occasionally.
  • Work outdoors, in heat or after dark, setting up and staying busy for 6-8 hours for each set up. (It gets faster as you learn the process.)
  • Once you start working you will be “on the road” almost continuously until September or October.
  • Jobs will be filled starting now and continuing into August.

Are you, or can you become, a performer?

This is the REAL THING and it is all about your attitude. If you see yourself doing this and are willing to work at it, you can do it!

You will have live audiences of all sizes. Sometimes 50, sometimes a couple thousand. We will give you a script, coach you in delivering it, and then you have to make them laugh. Can you do that?

Can you do physical work, outdoors, for 6-8 hours? It’s only once a week or once a month, but it has to be done. Can you do that?

All-Alaskan Racing Pigs travels the west-coast states performing at fairs, festivals, and other public and private events. Event producers and fans love this show. Most of our clients have had us return for at least a decade, many for more than two decades, a bunch for over 30 years. The show is that good. Can you keep the run going?

Team members run the show while it is on the road. All animal-care and business systems, scripts, checklists, and instructions are ready to go. You need only be willing to work hard for a few hours a day, have a positive and fun attitude, and desire to make fans smile and cheer every week. You will do physical work during set up and tear down, and sometimes it will be hot. You will also perform to hundreds or thousands of cheering fans at each show. Some days are long, most are short. You must be flexible, adaptive, hard-working, and smart. This is show-business and the rewards equal the level of performance. Spoiler Alert: You will never have a more fun job the rest of your life!

You will have to learn a 20-minute script word-for-word. At first that is your script, but after you have that down we will work with you to add new material and make the show fit your style and personality.

Our animal athletes deserve and get special care. Their living quarters are First-Class, and the care you give them must be too. We will get you up to speed on all aspects. Livestock experience not required. Love of animals and respect for the responsibility of owning an animal are required. There is no compromising on animal care.

This job requires constant travel. You can live anywhere and do this, because during the season you won’t be home much, if at all. If you wish, you can stop paying rent, and put even more money in the bank. Your home becomes the events you work at, the people who make the event, and the people you meet at the shows. You will see many of the same people over the course of the season — entertainers, vendors, security people, trades people, coordinators, all working the same events and running across each other many times during the year. Generally the location changes every two weeks, but sometimes weekly, sometimes monthly. You will live in (and drive) a comfortable motor home, visit beautiful communities on the west coast, and make people happy every day.

There is no profile for who can be successful at this job. If you have performing and management skills you have an advantage, but people of all colors, genders, and other identities have excelled at this. Teenagers, retired people, all ages in between have been stars. Skills matter much less than a desire to do it well. If you are coachable and willing to work at it, we can make you good at this. At least half of our announcers never performed in front of a live crowd before doing this gig. We know how to help you succeed.

Announcers earn a salary, bonus, and commission. First-year employees will earn at least $5,300 per month in total for all three and can make up to $7,100 per month total if they work a full season and do good work. We want people who are worth the top end. The work can be seasonal or year-round. We especially look for employees who want to work the off-season in recruiting, marketing, video production, social media and web development, equipment maintenance and repair, show development, and “whatever needs to be done.” Year-round employees enjoy extra-generous paid vacation breaks.

Go to and check out our website. It is being refined for the new season, so it will change between visits, but you will see plenty of info about us. Google us and you will get pages and pages. YouTube has plenty of video.

Use the keyword “Pigracer” in the application when you get to that question.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $5,300.00 – $7,100.00 per month

Employment Type


Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $5,300.00 – $7,100.00 per month


  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan


  • 10 hour shift
  • 4 hour shift
  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift
  • Holidays
  • Night shift
  • Weekends as needed

Supplemental pay types:

  • Bonus opportunities
  • Commission pay

Application Question(s):

  • Do you have experience being in front of a group, audience, or crowd? Staff meeting presentation? Sales presentations? Theatre (high school counts!)? Not required, but helpful. Explain here what your experience is.
  • What is the keyword in the job description?
  • Do you have a clean driving record for the past 3 years?
  • Will you submit to, and can you pass, a background check?
  • Are you willing to work away from home for six months before returning home?


  • High school or equivalent (Required)


  • Management/Supervisory or acting/music/speaking, etc.): 1 year (Preferred)


  • English (Required)


  • Driver’s License (Required)

Willingness to travel:

  • 100% (Required)

Work Location: On the road

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