Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Do you have what it takes to be a "Lumber-Jill" at Twin Peaks?

Posted By on Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 12:52 PM

Two Twin Peaks are twice the fun.
  • Two Twin Peaks are twice the fun.
Don't know about y'all, but we are so exhausted from driving all the way out to the Twin Peaks in Olathe every time we want to enjoy some ice-cold brewskis in a mountain-lodge- tit-themed setting. Such a relief, then, to scroll upon an inbox reminder this morning that Twin Peaks is opening a second area location next month in the Olathe of Missouri - Independence!

What's more, the new outpost - at 19821 East Jackson Drive, in the space formerly occupied by a Romano's Macaroni Grill - is currently staffing up. Perhaps you are interested in applying?

If so, drop by between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday-Saturday over the next few weeks. Potential "Lumber-Jills" are advised to "arrive dressed to impress as positions are in high demand." So, probably a nice pantsuit from Ann Taylor or J. Jill.

Bonus: No previous restaurant experience required. Other bonuses: "Becoming a Twin Peaks Girl comes with perks such as flexible hours to accommodate school schedules, prepaid tanning and fitness packages, and a fun work environment with great tips and contests to win shopping sprees and vacations. Twin Peaks Girls also wear the pro-cheerleader-inspired 'Lumber-Jill' costumes and have the chance to star in national modeling opportunities."

Twin Peaks will hold auditions for 120 "Lumber-Jills" in all, plus 75 other kitchen and staff positions. Once open, the restaurant will feature beer served at 29-degree temperatures, 80 flat-screen TVs, and a mancave, bro.

Pitch readers are promised a comprehensive review of Twin Peaks: The Independencing when it opens.


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