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Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:39 PM
The order o' tonight's service will be as follows... Would the congregation please rise for the singing hymn #25 "Nothing but Raindrops"...
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Article: The Gib is Up, Kyle Is For Real

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:29 PM
There’s no need to remind you of what Kyle Gibson was, we’re all aware. Early on in the 2017 season, the former first round pick looked l...
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Interesting article about Buxton

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 05:57 PM
I enjoyed the article linked below about Buxton. As you can see, the Twins and lots of other folks seem to think that he could be a hall...
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Article: Is Paul Molitor the Right Man to Lead the Twins?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:29 PM
Shortly after they hired Paul Molitor as manager in November of 2014, the Twins invited me to Target Field for a one-on-one interview wit...
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Article: Let's Talk About Eduardo Escobar

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:03 PM
Eduardo Escobar's day at the park ended shortly after a Rick Porcello fastball bounced off the vulnerable part of the arm just above the...
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Target Field Hosting Hiring Events This Week

If you enjoy the community of Twins fans that gather daily at Twins Daily, you might want to check out another community that gathers around the Twins – literally. This week, Delaware North, who provides concession, retail and other services at Twins games, will be having two job fairs at Target Field. If you’re interested in being inside the gameday experience – and getting paid, including a $200 sign-on bonus – you might want to check them out.
The events are Tuesday April 17th and Thursday April 19th from 4:00 – 7:00, with doors opening at 3:30. You can enter the ballpark at the street level entrance on the south side of building where 7th St intersects with Twins Way. (Here is the Google Map view of the door to use.) They’re hiring a number of positions, and you can find the whole list right here.

There are all kinds of perks, including free meals, paid training, a rewards and recognition program, and team retail store discounts. Plus, for a limited time, there is a $200 sign-on bonus valid for new hires until 4/30, that you can learn more about at this link. You also get to be part of the behind-the-scenes group that is responsible for the Twins game day experience.

The job can be especially appealing because of its flexibility. It’s part time. It’s a great second income working in a great place. It is a limited commitment, perfect for students and retirees and the scheduling is flexible.

What have you got to lose, other than a few hours of your time? You missed being able to go to Target Field this weekend. Instead, see it in a way that few people do, and you don’t have to miss any Twins games to attend. For more information:You’re a baseball nut. You love the ballpark. We get it. So why not be part of the actual industry and get paid while you do it? Check out the information above and the job fair and decide for yourself.


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By the way, make sure to bring a shovel. They will call it a team building exercise. Then they will ask you to come back at a later date. Rinse, Repeat.

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I had applied to an IT position at Delaware North a few months back, and I recently heard I didn't get the job. I'm a bit bummed I won't get to work at Target Field. Maybe we can get some other Twins Daily folks working there, though. 

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theBOMisthebomb
Apr 16 2018 06:40 AM
That is quite the hard sell. Was this a paid advertisement?
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John Bonnes
Apr 16 2018 08:07 AM

 

That is quite the hard sell. Was this a paid advertisement?

 

 

Yep. It says sponsored content both on the front page and at the top. We agreed to it because we thought it might be of interest to a fair number of member in our community. 

 


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