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.