CHARLOTTE – Meghan Glova will travel the country on a Harley-Davidson as part of an internship designed to promote the 115-year-old motorcycle brand to a younger generation of prospective drivers.
The company gave Glova and seven other #FindYourFreedom interns their very own motorcycle and empowered them to document their experiences across its social media channels.
Glova announced the news to friends and followers June 13 using the hashtag #sponsored.
“It still doesn’t feel real, but I am so humbled and grateful for this insanely amazing opportunity,” Glova wrote.
Since graduating from Providence High School in 2015, Glova enrolled at N.C. State University, where she majored in communications and media studies. She became a reporter and producer for the university sports series, PackTV, as well as joined Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
She was considered for the title of Miss COED 2016 by Coed.com. She also served four months in 2016 as a reporting intern with Spectrum News in the Raleigh-Durham area.
Glova beat out more than 7,500 applicants from at least 30 countries for her current internship. It comes with several perks, including learning how to drive at the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy, attending Harley-Davidson events and exploring national parks.
Harley-Davidson has already posted an introductory video of its interns, in which each talked about the concept of finding your freedom and how it applies to their lives.
“I think finding your freedom means to take advantage of every opportunity,” Glova said in the video. “Say yes as much as you can. Live your best life. I definitely am excited just for the opportunity in itself, but also for all the adventure that’s going to come this summer.”
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