Thanksgiving Point451 positions
Be an ambassador for Thanksgiving Point, providing answers to venue questions, and making suggestions about what to see and do.
You will earn competitive pay plus tips, and qualify for free entrance to any Thanksgiving Point event or venue for you and your family.
Birthday parties are a very big part of our business and this candidate will help manage and grow the birthday program as well as our group sales.
Greeting and directing our guest to where they want to go on our Thanksgiving Point property.
Must be able to be an expert on the point of sale software used at Thanksgiving Point
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