GREELEY, Colo. — If you're a bartender looking for some extra cash this summer, the Greeley Stampede might be for you.
The Greeley Stampede is hiring over 100 bartenders for this summer's 100th annual event which opens Thursday, June 23 and runs through Monday, July 4.
Applications are being accepted for the following positions: Bartenders, bar backs, beverage warehouse associates and brew crew team members.
Bar backs will assist bartenders by pouring beer and stocking bars. Beverage warehouse associates will work in the Stampede beverage warehouse and assist with product distribution across the park. Applicants must be 18 or older and able to work a minimum of five shifts throughout the 12-day event.
"Annually we hire over 100 seasonal employees to join us in putting on Northern Colorado’s premiere western celebration," said Morgan Moisey, Greeley Stampede Beverages Coordinator. "The bar staff play a key role in making the guest experience memorable in a fun, safe and enjoyable environment."
A list of job duties and descriptions for each position as well as applications can be found at GreeleyStampede.org. Applications for bar staff will be open through May 20 or until positions are filled.
For questions about bar staff at the Greeley Stampede, please contact Morgan Moisey at email@example.com.
After being canceled in 2020, the Greeley Stampede returned in 2021 to celebrate all things Greeley with rodeos, concerts, carnival rides and games and Independence Day fireworks.
With over 220,000 annual visitors, the Stampede is expecting the 100th to draw even more people that want to celebrate the historic event.
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