Fanatical at Liberty

Category: fanatical wavers

ONE DAY, I WAS SEARCHING THE CRAIGLIST EMPLOYMENT WEBSITE AND SAW THAT LIBERTY TAX SERVICE WAS HIRING FOR WAVERS. SO I WENT IN AND WAS ASKED TO DANCE. SO I DANCED AND SHE SAID HOPE YOU COULD DANCE AND DO A LITTLE MORE AND I SAID YES. SO I STARTED THE NEXT DAY AND STARTED TO DANCE AND I GOT ALOT OF COMMENTS SAYING HE DOES VERY GOOD AND HE'S DIFFERENT AND DOES MORE THAN JUST WAVE. HE ENGAGES AND IF THEY ASK HIM TO DANCE, HE DANCES ALL OVER HAMPTON, VIRGINIA.
Posted By: eric wynder on Monday, April 07, 2014
I'm a fourth year waver and I love my job. Three years ago I was unemployed and was looking for a job. I have a degree in performing arts from Columbia College Chicago so I went to an audition and I got the job on the spot. I love meeting new people, making people smile and I learned a lot about taxes. I even took a class last year and it was a lot of fun.
Posted By: Rebecca Raisman on Sunday, April 06, 2014
The whole uplifting experience begins with the team of wavers. Their friendly waves and smiles, teamed with their brilliant costumes, almost carry you into another world and away from one that can seem cold and distant at times. The dazzling performance is far from over though.
Posted By: Randel Jones-Carpenter on Saturday, April 05, 2014
I'm Timmithy Longoria and this is my Liberty story. In order to understand my story and why Liberty means so much to me you have to know my past. Starting off in life I came from a broken home and an unstable life. I was a run away at the age of 14 from an abusive home that did not accept me as being transgender , and there after the path my life was on, was not a good one, my actions and irresponsible mistakes finally caught up to me.
Posted By: Timmithy Longoria on Friday, March 28, 2014
As a new "Zee", I've run into the typical situation of needing to have more wavers than you think you need. Then there is Amy Neubauer. Amy came to my office just as tax season was opening looking for a waver position; she mentioned she had once been a waver in Georgia and was very familiar with responsibilities of the position.
Posted By: Mark Meyers on Friday, March 28, 2014
IT WAS TWO YEARS AGO, AND I WAS OUT OF A JOB I LOOKED EACH DAY I WAS GETTING TIRED, AND I CRIED EACH DAY, I ASKED GOD TO DIRECT ME TO A JOB I SAW SOMEONE WAIVING AND I THOUGHT TO MY SELF WHY NOT? SO I WENT AND APPLIED EVONNIE AND DOUG HIRED ME I DIDN'T WORK LAST YEAR BUT AGAIN THIS YEAR AND I LOVE IT I LOVE PEOPLE AND I LOVE TO SMILE AND TRY TO MAKE SOMEONES DAY, BUT I HAVE PUT FOOD ON THE TABLE FOR MY FAMILY  BECAUSE OF LIBERTY TAX.
Posted By: patricia cutrell on Friday, March 28, 2014
In fall 2010, my parents started doing a lot of rumbling about starting up a new business and they told me there would be a job opportunity. Well, being that I had been unemployed and living with them since 2008 I was excited to see what I would be doing. I was a sign waver. Due to the fact that we are in Hutchinson, Minnesota the first part of the season was quite cold,  but I did not quit and finished the season off.
Posted By: Wayne Carlson on Thursday, March 27, 2014
So I don't really know how to start this, but I guess you could say I was never really a star student. My success didn't really start until later on in life. My family always did the best they could for me. My mother did have some mental & physical handicaps that made it difficult to grasp a normal routine of learning by example, but she loved me & always fraught to give it her all before her problems became too severe.
Posted By: Michael Chenoweth on Wednesday, March 26, 2014
I hired a young man named Julio This year he came in with his parents to get there taxes done. He had a gleaming personality so I decided to offer him a job on the spot. He watched the waver videos online and instantly said "yes I can do that". He was fascinated with sign spinning as he had never seen anything like that before. He self taught himself to be a sign spinner.
Posted By: William Daniels on Tuesday, March 25, 2014
It was January 3rd, 2009 and our second year to own a Liberty franchise. I was experiencing the typical frustration that so many franchisees face of finding and then keeping good wavers when two gentlemen came into the office in response to our "Get Paid to Wave" ad. As I interviewed them I realized they shared the same address. When I asked if they were roommates they told me they both lived i
Posted By: Maureen Parkhill on Saturday, March 22, 2014