Brand: and its international variants
Nationality: United States
Years active: 1994-late 2000s
Studio of origin: Noonan Creative Group
Appearance and age
Species: Monster
Eye color: Yellow and red
Personal information
Occupation: Job finder
Interests: Job finding
Disinterests: Unemployment
Trump was a mascot for job-finding website from its inception as The Monster Board in 1994 until being quietly phased out in the late 2000s. He was created by the Noonan Creative Group.

Appearance Edit

Trump is a large, green monster with wrinkly skin. He has a large mouth with many sharp teeth. He has tiny yellow eyes with red irises and black pupils. His arms are skinny and his fingers end in red claws. He has large, orange feet with purple toenails and matching purple claws at the back. He has two purple-and-black-striped horns on either side of his head and a series of smaller purple horns going down his back. He has a pattern of pink stars on his back. He has a short tail coming out of his backside. His nose appears to be part of a trumpet, which may be the reason behind his name.

Use in marketing Edit

Trump originated on's predecessor, The Monster Board, in 1994. In 1999, The Monster Board merged with the Online Career Center to form Trump continued to be used after the merger until he was quietly phased out in the late 2000s. He never appeared in any television advertising for He has however appeared in the offices, on the website, as a costume character and as a hot air balloon. He was also used to advertise the international versions of, such as

After his withdrawal, he briefly made a return participating as a costume character in the 2014 Boston TechJam.

Female counterpartEdit

An unnamed female version of Trump has been seen in some promotional images for She looks identical to the male Trump, except for a short pink hairdo, pink-and-black-striped horns, smaller eyes with eyelashes and pink hearts on her shoulders instead of pink stars.

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