DALLAS, Texas (Mar. 27, 2012) - Twin Peaks will open its first Nashville location in Brentwood in April and is on the hunt for talent to join the adventure. The mountain-lodge style sports restaurant known for its scenic views is looking for Nashville’s perkiest girls to become a part of the hottest new restaurant in Music City.
Located at 1634 Service Merchandise Blvd. just north of the Cool Springs Galleria in Brentwood, the new Twin Peaks will deliver what Nashville has yearned for in a sports restaurant: crave-able and high-quality comfort food, an extensive selection of 29-degree draft beer served from a full-service bar, a lively patio and the outgoing and beautiful Twin Peaks Girls. The bold hunting lodge atmosphere will be punctuated by abundant high-definition televisions, making the location the ultimate sports-watching venue.
Becoming a Twin Peaks Girl means prime perks like flexible scheduling for school, a fun work environment with amazing tips, tanning and fitness packages, cool employee contests to win shopping sprees and vacations, the privilege to wear the cute pro-cheerleader-inspired “lumber-jill” costume and the chance to star in the national 2013 Twin Peaks Calendar. And the best part of all? No previous restaurant experience is required.
“We’re tremendously excited to open our first Tennessee location and bring nearly a hundred more jobs to the area’s economy,” said Twin Peaks CEO Randy DeWitt, who co-founded the concept in 2005 with Scott Gordon. “This is going to be a great location for us and we can’t wait to bring our scenic views to Cool Springs,” he said.
Think you’ve got what it takes to be a Twin Peaks Girl? Applicants are invited to stop by the new location Monday through Saturday between 10am and 6pm. Prospective employees should arrive dressed to impress with their bubbly personalities in tow. Applications are also being accepted for kitchen staff and the official April opening date will be announced soon.
For more information on Twin Peaks, including locations and franchise information visit www.TwinPeaksRestaurant.com. Local information and updates are also available at www.Facebook.com/TwinPeaksCoolSprings. To schedule an interview or request additional photos, contact Meggie Miller.