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Delaware North Companies Sportservice to host job fair Tuesday at Players Choice in Appleton

Posted Jul 22, 2013

Seasonal/part time positions available

Delaware North Companies Sportservice (DNC), the Green Bay Packers’ hospitality and food service provider, will host a job fair on Tuesday, July 23, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Players Choice of the Fox Cities in Appleton, Wis.

A number of seasonal/part time positions are available in concessions (nonprofit coordinator, stand attendants, supervisors, bartenders, vendors and warehouse), Curly’s Pub (cooks, wait staff, bussers and dishwashers), suites (dessert cart runners), club (in-seat servers, in-seat runners, stand attendants and bartenders) and culinary (cooks, prep cooks, line cooks and dishwashers).

For those who are interested but unable to attend the job fair, applications can be requested by emailing gbjobs@dncinc.com.

The Packers are also currently looking for community groups to work concessions during the 2013 season. A portion of the funds raised at concessions stands are donated to the nonprofits in exchange for their volunteer service. Any groups interested in volunteering are asked to call DNC’s Teri Heath at 920-965-3775.

About Delaware North Companies Sportservice

Delaware North Companies is one of the largest and most admired privately held hospitality companies in the world. Founded and owned by the Jacobs family for nearly 100 years, it is a global leader in hospitality and food service. Its family of companies includes Delaware North Companies Parks & Resorts, Delaware North Companies Gaming & Entertainment, Delaware North Companies Travel Hospitality Services, Delaware North Companies Sportservice, Delaware North Companies International and Delaware North Companies Boston, owner of TD Garden. Delaware North Companies has revenue exceeding $2.6 billion annually and 55,000 associates serving half a billion customers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. For more information, visit www.DelawareNorth.com.

 
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