The Challenge of Classing Up Go Daddy
Every month, one standout Go Daddy employee puts on an apron and steps into the “cash machine.” The contraption looks something like a telephone booth, but its only function is to spray money at the person inside. The goal: Stuff as many flying, fluttering bills as possible into the apron pockets in 10 seconds. “Everybody gathers around to watch,” says Elizabeth Driscoll, a spokeswoman at Go Daddy, which helps businesses register domain names and run websites. “It’s pretty exciting.” When the whirlwind ends, participants usually exit with a few hundred bucks.
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