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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Baseball season is less than two months away, and the Montgomery Biscuits are looking for game-day workers.

The Biscuits will hold their seventh annual Job Fair at Riverwalk Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 15 from 9 a.m. until noon. The Biscuits are looking to fill Game-Day Staff positions for the 70 home games they will host this season.

Front office staff members will be on site to conduct interviews with qualified applicants in search of positions in numerous areas. Positions include retail staff, food services, promotions, ticket operations, janitorial services, wait staff and guest services.

"It's the overall Riverwalk-experience that has fans coming back to make Biscuits games the best atmosphere in the Southern League," said Biscuits President Greg Rauch. "Whether it is the suites, the concession stands or in the box office, our Game-Day staff plays a major role in upholding a standard of excellence."

Those Interested in attending the fair are asked to enter through the player entrance on Coosa Street. Booths will be set up in the home locker room. Potential employees must be at least 16-years-old to apply. Employees are paid hourly or by the game, depending on the position. The Montgomery Biscuits are an EOE.

"Our fans love the positively outrageous customer service they receive at Riverwalk Stadium," said Sherrie Myers, Co-Owner of the Biscuits. "Our employees are individuals who enjoy being passionate about their job and feel a purpose and contribution that gets noticed both at their job and as part of this community."

Interested applicants can view the positions available at the Job Fair by clicking the "jobs" link under "contact" at biscuitsbaseball.com. The Biscuits employ nearly 200 personnel during all home games throughout the season.

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