Potawatomi looking to hire 250

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MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Potawatomi Indian tribe is hiring 250 people for its new hotel opening this summer next to its casino in Milwaukee.

Staffing is needed for the $150 million, 19-story hotel opening in a couple months. Potawatomi spokesman Ryan Amundson tells WISN-TV they are looking for door attendants, housekeepers, food and beverage workers and front desk workers, among other positions.

The Potawatomi is holding a couple of job fairs this week. One is Monday and the other is Saturday at the casino's Expo Center.



 
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