It’s a tough job in public relations, but somebody has to do it:
Mike Bolt is the man who guards (and cleans) the Stanley Cup.
As much as the cup is presented to the public, so is Mr. Bolt, who accompanies the cup roughly 250 days out of the year. He also knows all of the fun facts:
Like, the Stanley Cup can hold 14 cans of beer. The cup is also used to eat ice cream and as a bait holder for fishing trips.
The Cup can be used for just about anything by the winning team and is thoroughly hosed down and polished after its many adventures.
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On some days, the cup is washed up to three times a day.
The question on many career PR pros mind is, how can I get this job? Well, the opportunity presented itself and Mike Bolt stepped forward.
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