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Bell Bank Park in Mesa seeking to hire 500 ahead of January grand opening

Nov 23, 2021, 1:00 PM | Updated: Nov 24, 2021, 11:14 am
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PHOENIX — The organization behind a new 320-acre sports facility set to open in Mesa in January is looking to hire more than 500 employees.

Legacy Sports USA is seeking to fill positions ranging from operations management to support staff to guest services at Bell Bank Park, located at Ellsworth and Pecos roads.

A full list of available jobs is available on the Legacy Sports USA website.

“This is an opportunity to join our team and make history as there is nothing like Bell Bank Park anywhere in the world,” Brett Miller, president of Legacy Sports USA, said in a press release.

The complex will feature a 3,000 seat outdoor stadium, eSports arena, indoor arena, 17,000-square-foot restaurant and bar, and a 2.7-acre great lawn for concerts and events.

A variety of courts and fields will be available for professional, club and recreational competition, according to Legacy Sports USA.

A concrete opening date hasn’t yet been announced.

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Bell Bank Park in Mesa seeking to hire 500 ahead of January grand opening