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Wake up to a new Snooze in Fort Collins

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"Snooze in the Fort, like a pea in the pod, a fit that simply makes our souls sigh. We love the community, the drive, collegiate ways, rivers that flow, beer that reciprocates, environmental leaders, and folks who love great food! A vision for years and a fruition come April 2010!"

That's the news coming from Snooze about its third outpost, which will open next month at 144 West Mountain Avenue, in Fort Collins. And the retro-styled breakfast emporium, with locations at 700 North Colorado Boulevard and 2262 Larimer Street, is currently seeking eggheads to join the Fort Collins team. If you have a fetish for flapjacks, hash browns and sunny yolks, you can fill out an application at www.snoozeeatery.com/faces/apply. Or, you could just saunter in with a "will work for pancakes" sign dangling from your neck.

Whatever works.

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