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Nordstrom to hire 250 for Ross Park store

| Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2008

Nordstrom Inc. said today it plans to hire 250 local employees for its new store at the Ross Park Mall, and will begin hiring sessions on Sept. 3.

The Seattle-based fashion specialty retailer said it is looking for employees to work sales in the women's, men's and children's apparel, shoes, accessories and cosmetics, as well as support positions in alterations, housekeeping and the Nordstrom Cafe and Ebar Coffee Bar. The store is scheduled to open Oct. 24.

Nordstrom is seeking workers who are great sellers, love fashion and want to serve customers, said Carl Jenkins, manager of the Nordstrom's at Ross Park Mall. The company has a strong promote-from-within policy, Jenkins said.

More information on Nordstrom's Ross Park Mall store and employment opportunities, including applications, is available online.

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