Twin Peaks restaurant is seeking to hire over 100 new staff members for its new Phoenix location scheduled to open in March.
According to the Phoenix Business Journal, those interested in becoming a Twin Peaks girl can apply by the Courtyard Marriott at 2101 E. Camelback Road. Although previous restaurant experience is not required, applicants should come to Conference Room C dressed in formal attire any day between 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Kitchen staff positions are also being admitted.
Twin Peaks is a cabin-style restaurant famous for the female servers in revealing outfits, large portion sizes and wide-ranging draft beer choices.
The new Twin Peaks will be located at 2135 E. Camelback Road.
Interested applicants can call (480) 298-5176 or email Camelback@TwinPeaksRestaurant.com
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