Caesars Host Job Fair - Wednesday 22nd of February 2006

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey – Where do you go if you'relooking for a job in retail or restaurants? What's the best place to work ifyou want a job in Atlantic City? And who do you call if you're interested inworking in the luxurious settings of some of the top names in the fashionindustry? The Pier at Caesars, the luxury retail, dining, and entertainmentcomplex that's set to open this summer on the 50-yard line of Atlantic City'sBoardwalk.

Starting this summer, more than 2,400 positions are becoming available atThe Pier at Caesars. To fill these jobs, The Pier at Caesars will be hostingfor the tenants of the property an Employment Fair at Caesars PalladiumBallroom on Monday, March 6 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Tuesday, March 7from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (The Palladium Ballroom will close between 12 p.m. and1:30 p.m. each day)

The Employment Fair is the place to be. Retailers will be available tocollect resumes and discuss opportunities with prospective managers, assistantmanagers, associates, and security officers. Restaurateurs will be there too.They'll be looking to fill service positions as well as kitchen staff. Inaddition, Atlantic Pier Associates, the development company behind The Pier atCaesars, will be accepting applications for security, customer service, andhousekeeping positions.

Interested applicants should dress for success, and be prepared withenough resumes to distribute. With more than 100 retail establishments and 10restaurants opening at The Pier, it's important to have enough personalinformation on hand to leave behind. The employers on hand will be looking tofind job applicants that best suit their brands and the positions available.Applicants will have the opportunity to meet store and restaurantrepresentatives.

The Pier at Caesars will be home to over 100 high- and mid-end retailers,including Gucci, Burberry, Judith Ripka, Louis Vuitton, A/X Armani Exchangeand Tiffany & Co. The restaurants will include concepts by uber restaurateurJeffrey Chodorow, Chef Todd English, Philadelphia's Steven Starr, Baltimore'sPhillips Seafood, and Patrick Lyons of Boston.

"Atlantic City is on the rise. In 2005, the annual gaming revenue for thecity's 13 casinos rose 4.4 percent to $5.2 billion. With the strong demand fornon-gaming activities in Atlantic City, the outlook for continued employmentgrowth is strong," said Jim Boyle, general manager of The Pier at Caesars."We're expecting to see a big turnout."

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