Twin Peaks, the Texas-based "breastaurant" chain with a mountain-lodge motif, is opening its third Colorado location, at 8840 East Arapahoe Road in Centennial, next month -- and the hunt is on for some "talent" to fill the sports bar's roster. See also: - Breastaurants: America's greatest export - Talk Like a Pirate Day at Twin Peaks - Attention, boobs and booze fans: Twin Peaks is now open
The new location -- which will have sixteen drafts on tap, a patio with fire pits and a "man cave" for private events -- is currently hiring female employees. And here's a clue: The "scenic views" mentioned on the side of the building aren't referring to the intersection of Arapahoe and I-25. (By the way, that's not far from the address that just swallowed up La Playa.)
Here's the Twin Peaks job advertisement:
Becoming an Arapahoe Twin Peaks Girl is a great opportunity that comes with some amazing perks. Flexible scheduling for school, a fun work environment with amazing tips, tanning and fitness packages and cool employee contests to win shopping sprees and vacations are just the tip of the iceberg. Twin Peaks Girls also have the privilege to wear the cute pro-cheerleader-inspired "Lumber-Jill" costume and the chance to star in national modeling opportunities. But best of all? No previous restaurant experience is required.
Applicants can stop by the new space to "audition" today through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Check the Facebook page for more information.
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