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Frenchman's CV doubles up as a car

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13:15 PM | 6 June 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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In an effort to stand out, Denys Poulet pasted his CV onto a rental car and drove it around the city of Marseille. The stunt earned him media attention and job offers.

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Denys Poulet rented this little electric car and pasted his CV all around it using decals. He then drove it through the streets of Marseille. 

Denys' little stunt bagged him some media attention including an interview with French news channel BFMTV. But best of all, it seems to have got him some job offers too. 

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