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A family man who was in need of a job got creative by handing out his resume to passersby Online Cigarettes Store USA in his Arizona community.
Patrick Hoagland received hundreds of job offers during his visits to busy intersections in Phoenix. The 30-year-old father of one said he had been out of work for one month after being laid off from a metal recycling company.
"I definitely had fear," Hoagland told "Good Morning America." "My wife and I, we Newport Pleasure don't make a whole lot of money individually. Once I lost my job, everything was put on her."
Hoagland said he applied to a number of positions online and in person.
"I wasn't getting any responses," he said. "I was getting frustrated. It popped into my head, stand Newport box 100s menthol cigarettes on a corner and hold a sign and hand out resumes. At first i laughed about it...and then it kind of went crazy."
For three days, a few hours each day, Hoagland handed his resume out to strangers. He also held a sign which read "Please take a resume. Laid-off. Looking for a job."
On one of those occasions, a woman named Melissa DiGianfilippo, owner of Serendipit Consulting, stopped to greet Hoagland.