PoachedJobs.com Waives Job Posting Fees for Restaurants Damaged by Hurricane Sandy
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Recognizing the disastrous effects of Hurricane Sandy on the Tri-State hospitality community, Portland, Ore.-based restaurant and beverage industry job posting site PoachedJobs.com has decided to waive the posting fees on its recently launched New York portal for the entire month of November.
PoachedJobs.com co-creator Kirk Thornby acknowledged the importance of the service industry during unfortunate situations like last week’s natural disaster, saying, "In times of crisis, restaurants, hotels, and coffee shops become more than a place to eat. They transform into a place for the neighborhood to gather and recover," adding, "We want to get New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut restaurants — particularly the independent places — staffed up, doors open, and ready to help their community get back on its feet."
Interested parties should use the promotion code "solongsandy" to take advantage of the waived fee, and are encouraged to request any relief supplies to aid in their recovery via the website’s Facebook and Twitter pages.
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