Yobeat.com Gets A Managing Editor

by The Editors on November 14, 2012

Justin-Makeup2In one of their most recent steps toward becoming a big, old, new media snowboarding super site Yobeat.com has announced the promotion of their intern Justin Thomas Moulthrop Leveille a.k.a. “Stan, Young Mountain Baby, J Money the Mountain Man, Weekend Warrior, Terry Dactyl, Mr. Anonymous, Hansu Weith and Tech” to the position of Managing Editor.

Leveille will assist in content curation and creation, as well as providing entertainment and herbal refreshment at the office. He will continue to exploit his brainchild the Toeside Terrors, as well as starring in “Thursdays at the Office.” His varied skills and complete willingness to make a fool of himself on a snowboard and on camera were the perfect addition to the crew. . . “Basically I knew Justin was a keeper when my sister, who was on the UVM Snowboard Team with him, said he was ‘Not an idiot.’ That’s the kind of skill set we look for at Yobeat,” YoBeat publisher and Editor-in-Chief Brooke Geery said.

We’re wondering if this promotion has anything to do with Geery’s recent “employment upgrade” at a local Portland cobbler. Follow the jump for the official word from Yobeat.FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Portland OR, November 14, 2012 — Yobeat.com is excited to announce the promotion of Justin Thomas Moulthrop Leveille from humble intern to Managing Editor. Also known as Stan, Young Mountain Baby, J Money the Mountain Man, Weekend Warrior, Terry Dactyl, Mr. Anonymous, Hansu Weith and Tech, Justin brings a solid six months of editorial experience to the team, as well as impeccable rap skills.

“He’s down with reggae, has a mean rap flow, and occasionally gets to work on time. What’s not to love?” Brand Partnership Manager Justin Parkhurst said.

Leveille will assist in content curation and creation, as well as providing entertainment and herbal refreshment at the office. He will continue to exploit his brainchild the Toeside Terrors, as well as starring in “Thursdays at the Office.” His varied skills and complete willingness to make a fool of himself on a snowboard and on camera were the perfect addition to the crew.

“Basically I knew Justin was a keeper when my sister, who was on the UVM Snowboard Team with him, said he was ‘Not an idiot.’ That’s the kind of skill set we look for at Yobeat,” YoBeat publisher and Editor-in-Chief Brooke Geery said.

“People are making questionable decisions that are steering the snowboard scene a certain way. I’m trying to make original content that is funny, but still true to the core message of shredding, ” Leveille said. “Also we have a mini ramp in the office so that is a huge plus.”

You can send your auditions to be in his rap crew at jlev@yobeat.com.

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