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June 29, 2012 at 9:08 AM

New Cabela’s outpost store in Union Gap hiring employees

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Those looking for a job in the outdoor industry and possibly moving to southeastern Washington should look at Cabela’s.

The mega-outdoors store is hiring approximately 90 full-time and part-time employees, and seasonal workers for its new Union Gap Outpost Store.

The store is planned to open this fall in Union Gap.

Applications must be submitted online. Anyone interested in applying should visit the Cabela’s website.

Click on “Apply Now,” then “United States Jobs.” Then follow instructions to log in; search for Job Number 3905BR and follow the application process.

Interviews begin July 11-14. Applying does not guarantee an interview.

Most employees are expected to come from Union Gap and the surrounding area.

“The ideal candidate is someone who is passionate for the outdoors and wants to share their knowledge with our loyal customers,” Randy Longnecker, general manager of the new store said in a news release. “We want people who live the Cabela’s lifestyle, work hard and cherish customer service.”

The Union Gap location is the first Cabela’s Outpost Store, which are a smaller sized store made to fit the market of the area.

The 40,000-square-foot outpost store is the third Cabela’s in Washington joining the newly opened store at Tulalip and the first store in Lacey.

The outpost store is located in the Washington Plaza, a new shopping center located on East Washington Avenue adjacent to the Valley Mall, which has more than 55 stores, including Macy’s, Kohl’s and Sears.

(Picture taken by Mark Yuasa, Seattle Times staff of the newly opened Tulalip Store.)

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