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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- Hunting and fishing gear provider Cabela's plans to hire about 200 full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees at a Louisville store set to open in the spring.
Applications are being taken online at www.cabelas.jobs. Click on "Apply Now," then "United States Jobs." Then follow instructions to log in and complete the application process.
Interviews begin in January. Anyone the company is interested in will be contacted by Cabela's for an interview.
"We are looking for hard-working, dedicated employees who are passionate about delivering superior customer service," said Bob Johnson, general manager of the new store. "We are looking for people who are friendly, committed to working as a team and represent the outdoor lifestyle in a positive way."
This will be Cabela's first store in Kentucky, and will be located in the Old Brownsboro Crossing development at I-265 and I-71. The company says it will feature an indoor archery range, wildlife displays, a mountain replica, and other features.
The Louisville store is one of nine Cabela's plans to open next year. Right now it operates 40 stores across North America.