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Immediate Hiring Job Fairs

To address the need for additional workers at its restaurants and retail outlets at Dallas Love Field and D/FW International Airports, Star Concessions has partnered with the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance (IMA) to stage two Immediate Hiring Job Fairs, Saturday, June 5 from 12 Noon to 5 pm at the Glendale Shopping Center at the corner of Ann Arbor and Marsalis in Oak Cliff and Saturday, June 12 at the Greater Cornerstone Baptist Church, 8350 Forest Lane in North Dallas, respectively.

The faith-based organization of over 200 churches is promoting the event among its membership.

“Many of our member families can take advantage of this opportunity,” said Rev. David Wilson, President of the IMA, and senior pas- tor of Greater Cornerstone Baptist Church. “The idea of the event taking place in the community with people being able to start working right away is proactive. Star Concessions is setting the best practices model for how to partner effectively with the community for providing jobs and economic vitality.”

According to Mollie Standridge, Vice President of Star Concessions, “We have over 100 positions available for immediate hiring.” The company operates Chili’s, Whataburger, Pizza Hut, Campisi’s, Cantina Laredo, Maggiano’s and Trinity Groves among other brands at both airports.

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Standridge emphasized that new hires will be offered a free DART GoPass after clearing airport security requirements, and starting salaries range from $12 to $16 per hour with tipped employees making up to $30 per hour.

Participants are asked to bring two forms of valid government ID for on-the-spot hiring. Additionally, those interested may also apply on- line, www.starcons.com.

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