Foursome beat out thousands to land experience money can't buy
Four best friends embarked on an epic adventure after ending the school year at Trine University.
Longtime friends Will Chrystal, a business administration major from Portage, Mich.; Matt Kopina, a communication major from Wooster, Ohio; John McLaughlin, a marketing major from Wooster; and Mason Zimmer, a communication major from Peru, Ind., teamed up to win the Miller Time Internship. The best buddies beat more than 2,000 teams to win the national competition.
The 16-day internship explored the best jobs Miller Lite has to offer and treated the foursome to experiences that money can’t buy.
The guys started their adventure on Friday, May 17, in Philadelphia and ended their journey on Wednesday, May 29, in Los Angeles. At stops in other cities they experienced other internship duties that some might call perks.
The trip culminated with the Trine interns walking the red carpet in Los Angeles for the premier of “The Internship” movie on May 29.
The Miller Time Internship was created in honor of the brand’s partnership with 20th Century Fox’s comedy “The Internship,” starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. In the movie, which opened June 7, Vaughn and Wilson fight for the job of their dreams and Miller Lite challenged groups of friends to prove why they deserved the internship of their dreams..