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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - A representative for Kentucky Kingdom's human resources department says the park is no longer accepting applications until all currently submitted applications have been evaluated.
The decision comes after a recent job fair that drew in an estimated 2,500 applicants. Officials say they have received 7,063 applications for 1,000 open positions.
Officials request that applicants do not call Kentucky Kingdom. Kentucky Kingdom's HR Department will contact each applicant using the e-mail address they provided in their application.
Officials say the park's human resources department will begin sending notices next week to every applicant at the email address they provided regarding interviews. The job interview process is expected to continue through mid-February.