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Looking For Work? Honda Center in Anaheim to Hire 500 New Employees

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Honda Center announced today its plan for hiring more than 500 workers to become part of an industry-leading sports and entertainment organization. Interested parties are urged to go online to www.hondacenter.com to apply for a position and schedule an interview. Thousands of applicants are anticipated and appointments will be confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis beginning immediately.

"After 20 great years of event hospitality, we're elevating the Honda Center food and beverage program to an even higher level," said Tim Ryan, President of Honda Center. "Fans should look forward to a new standard of guest service and our new employees can look forward to a dynamic work environment. We're thrilled to be making these improvements and there couldn't be a more exciting time to join the Honda Center Team!"

This fall Honda Center will debut The Grand Terrace, a new Wolfgang Puck restaurant and multiple new concession concepts. A range of professional food and beverage opportunities are available and aimed at hard-working individuals who pride themselves on being friendly, dedicated and passionate in and about their work. The venue is focused on providing a great experience for employees and guests alike, as applicants will be seeking the opportunity to work in a fun, fast-paced environment serving a community of concert, sports and family show event-goers.

Leading the new food and beverage operation will be Julie Margolin, the venue's new director of food and beverage services. Margolin most recently worked for Levy Restaurants at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. There she was part of the opening team, oversaw the food and beverage service for that facility and launched a number of unique programs which saw unprecedented success during their first year. Prior to that time, Margolin was an integral part of the food and beverage operations at STAPLES Center and Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and Universal CityWalk.

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