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Possibly Best Student Job World

Monday, 21 September 2009

Lucky students returning to uni this term are in with the chance of the bagging what could be the best student job in the world - getting to eat free takeaway all year and earning some extra cash at the same time!

118Menu.co.uk, the online takeaway ordering website, is looking for student takeaway ambassadors in the key university towns to test and rate the takeaways on the 118Menu website and also suggest their favourite takeaway haunts that should be added to the site.

Mark Hall, founder of 118Menu says: "With student loan money quickly running out at the start of term, the credit crunch in full swing, and job opportunities being more competitive than ever, being able to get your hands on the food you love without spending a penny is enough to bring a smile to any takeaway lovers' face.

"We need experts across the UK to advise our users on where is the best place to get a drunken snack, a filling curry or just a satisfying meal when you can't be bothered to cook - and who better than a student who knows all of the best eateries in their town.

"This is the job for those whose night out isn't complete without a takeaway on the way home, cooking is not their forte or they simply just love fast food."

For hungry students eager to become a takeaway ambassador, visit http://www.118menu.co.uk/ and tell us why you should be the takeaway tester for your town in 100 words

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Notes to editors


118Menu.co.uk is the quick and easy way to order takeaway, without having to pick up the phone or search for a battered out of date menu. Orders can be made online at http://www.118menu.co.uk/

Founded in 2008 by Mark Hall, 118Menu.co.uk was born out of a night out when he couldn't find a takeaway that was open - which was very annoying - but Mark knew he could rectify the problem!

118Menu.co.uk was born and now has over 35,000 registered users and 700 takeaways to choose from including Pizza, Indian, Chinese, Mexican, Ethiopian, Lebanese, Thai and Japanese