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DixieChick
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back to looking for seasonal (winter) employment.
Full or part time
St. Croix
any suggestions appreciated

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Topic starter Posted : November 23, 2010 10:38 am
speee1dy
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Oh Dixie, not again. I thought you had things all lined up.

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Posted : November 23, 2010 10:42 am
DixieChick
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didnt work out.....long story. not enough hours etc.

and i just want something for season. since i will be returning to vermont in summer.

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Topic starter Posted : November 23, 2010 11:18 am
TheSavage
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I know Breezes just lost 2 bartenders.

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Posted : November 24, 2010 6:35 am
DixieChick
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hope they fine them LOL

thanks savage but i have never bartended.
but can't be that hard unless someone wants a foofoo drink

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Topic starter Posted : November 24, 2010 9:54 am
Juanita
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Breezees needed to lose at least one bartender. Had brunch Sunday. We usually have 2 bloody mary's each with brunch. They were SOOOOO hot, we had to have them "watered down" with tomato juice. Never did get them to where they were good or comfortable to drink. Obviously we didn't order a second, so they lost a sale.

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Posted : November 24, 2010 12:02 pm
lc98
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For anyone thinking of trying it out -- being a bartender isn't hard. Being a good bartender is hard! The job looks like it's just making drinks and running the register, but really it's about handling people, often drunk people. Not to mention keeping a good relationship with the servers as well as the back of the house, or the job gets even harder. Having a strong memory (for faces, names, orders, and what's in stock) is important, too. If you can do all that on your feet for 8 hours straight while mixing drinks and running the register, my hat is off to you!

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Posted : November 24, 2010 12:02 pm
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