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Odessa Single Moms Find Stability At Twin Peaks

Ultimate adventure lodge creates a home away from home for staff

ADDISON, Texas (Jan. 26, 2012) - Twin Peaks Restaurants recently opened its first location in Odessa, and for two Twin Peaks Girls the job has become not only an excellent source of income, but also a chance to join an extended family.

Before the restaurant opened in December 2011, 20-year-old single mom Kaylea Smith attended the Twin Peaks open casting call, thinking the restaurant would be a fun place to work.

“After a few days of training, I realized this place fit my personality and I really enjoyed the people I was working with,” said Smith. “Everyone is so passionate about the restaurant.”

Brittany Bell, also a 20-year-old single mom from Odessa, auditioned to be a Twin Peaks Girl after leaving her job at the Odessa Country Club.

“I wasn’t happy at the country club, so when I heard about the Twin Peaks casting call I thought it might be a great place to work and try to find myself,” said Bell. “The management team has been really flexible with my schedule so that I can spend more time with my son. And now I actually look forward to coming to work every day.”

Both girls agree the Twin Peaks opportunity creates more financial stability than their previous positions, and Bell also loves “the big family-feel and support I get from all the staff.”

After going through training with former Twin Peaks Girls who now hold managerial positions at the company, Smith is excited to explore opportunities for promotions within Twin Peaks.

“This isn’t just another job for me,” she says. “It’s put me on the path to a career.”

Twin Peaks Odessa is still on the hunt for more passionate team members to join the family. Girls interested in auditioning are encouraged to stop by the restaurant at 5001 E. 42nd Street or call (432) 366-0921.

More information on Twin Peaks, including locations and franchise information, is available at

  • About Twin Peaks

    Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville by successful restaurant veterans Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon to meet the needs of an untapped market, Twin Peaks features quality food and ice-cold draft beer served by friendly and attractive Twin Peaks Girls in a mountain sports lodge setting. Named a “2010 Hot Concept” by Nation’s Restaurant News and among 2011’s “Future 50” concepts by Restaurant Business magazine, Twin Peaks has 20 locations throughout Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, Arizona and Texas.