Love Island stars pay Preston Spud Brothers a visit as they issue job advert

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The social media stars have announced they are after another person to join them.

Preston superstars the Spud Brothers aka Jake and Harley Nelson have announced they are on the lookout for another person to join them.

Jacob, 28, and Harley Nelson, 21, have become a global sensation for their baked potatoes (Credit: Jacob Nelson / SWNS)Jacob, 28, and Harley Nelson, 21, have become a global sensation for their baked potatoes (Credit: Jacob Nelson / SWNS)
Jacob, 28, and Harley Nelson, 21, have become a global sensation for their baked potatoes (Credit: Jacob Nelson / SWNS) | Jacob Nelson / SWNS

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Join our new WhatsApp Community to get the latest news and top stories from across Lancashire directly to your phone. Sign up for our free newsletters now Due to the Hot Potato Tram’s continuing popularity which sees queues of hungry people on the daily wait for their potato filling fix, the dynamic duo are in need of another pair of hands. Announcing the news on their Facebook page earlier this week they said: “We are looking for someone to join the spudbros - 3-4 days a week.

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“Must have experience in fast pace catering. Comfortable on TikTok live and other social media platforms and be able to drive.”

They added to comment under their post and they would get in touch.

Joshua (left) being shown the ropes by Harley.Joshua (left) being shown the ropes by Harley.
Joshua (left) being shown the ropes by Harley. | The Spud Brothers

Love Island contestants Joshua Ritchie and girlfriend Sophie Piper paid the pair a visit earlier in the week.

Dressed as a spud Joshua got stuck in making a tuna and cheese jacket potato.

He was later asked on his Snapchat how he found making a spud in the spud van and he said it was great fun.

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