Yard Goats to Hold Job Fair on February 17th

By Hartford Yard Goats | February 5, 2018 10:15 AM

Yard Goats to Hold Job Fair on Saturday, February 17th at Dunkin Donuts Park from 10:00AM until 1:00PM

Baseball Club looking for upbeat, fan-friendly individuals to work at Dunkin' Donuts Park this upcoming season    

Hartford, Conn- The Hartford Yard Goats Baseball Club, the Double-A Eastern League affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, announced it will be holding a job fair at Dunkin' Donuts Park (1214 Main Street, Hartford) on Saturday, February 17th from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM. The Yard Goats are seeking applicants to fill a wide range of game day positions and looking for upbeat, fan-friendly individuals to help make the second season in Hartford another huge success.   


Personnel from both the Yard Goats and their food and beverage provider, Professional Sports Catering, will be on hand to speak with, and receive applications from, all job-seekers. Combined, the two organizations will staff an average of 300 positions each year that include: ushers, ticket takers, box office personnel, merchandising, housekeeping, grounds crew, concessions, kitchen personnel, and catering.


"We are looking for individuals that would like to join us in helping enhance the fan experience with outstanding customer service at Dunkin' Donuts Park," Yard Goats General Manager Mike Abramson said. "There is so much excitement leading into our second season downtown and we can't wait to get our new employees ready for Opening Night on April 5th."  


The Hartford Yard Goats will open the 2018 season on Thursday, April 5 (7:05 PM) at Dunkin' Donuts Park against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Toronto Blue Jays affiliate). Season Tickets, 18-game plans, group and hospitality tickets and luxury suites are now on sale by calling 860-246-GOAT (4628), by visiting online at www.yardgoatsbaseball.com, or in person at the Click It or Ticket Box Office at Dunkin' Donuts Park. Individual game tickets will go on sale on February 9th.



This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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