In case you missed it, there’s a Lucky’s Market coming to Hunter’s Creek this fall. As the specialty market chain prepares for its big, Central Florida debut, it is looking to hire 100 employees to staff its newest store.
The hiring fair is 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and runs through Sept. 7 with hiring managers on-site. Both part-time and full-time positions are available in all departments.
If you’re interested in becoming part of the Lucky’s Market team, you can contact Krista Torvik by phone at 303-596-1220 or by email at email@example.com. The hiring fair is located in the Hunter’s Creek Plaza, right next to the new store location, at 4101 W. Town Center Blvd.
About Lucky’s Market:
Hunter’s Creek shoppers will find Lucky’s signature in-house smoked bacon, a large variety of delicious house-made sausages, fresh seafood, and a wide selection of “never ever” meats from the in-house butcher, which have never been treated with antibiotics or artificial growth hormones. Staying true to Lucky’s culinary roots, customers will also find a department filled with ready-to-eat meals, made from scratch daily inside the store as well as fresh grab-and-go sushi options, and a new made-to-order Ramen Bar using the freshest ingredients available. Close to 100 artisan cheeses from 10 countries and a large selection of fine charcuterie items can be found in the Lucky’s Cheese Shop. Customers can also indulge in a wide variety of fresh, marinated and stuffed olives (more than 20 varieties) from the store’s Olive Bar.
In addition to superb customer service, pressed juices and smoothies are made fresh throughout the day. The Wheat Ridge store will also feature an inviting café area where customers can grab a cold-pressed nitro coffee or Kombucha from the tap. Rounding out the new store is a full apothecary department where customers will find natural remedies and mainstream medicines for common ailments.
Lucky’s Market was born in Boulder, Co. in 2003 by former chefs, Bo and Trish Sharon, and now has 30 stores in 11 states. From day one, Lucky’s Market has been an integral part of its communities and has been supporting its neighbors through the company’s Community Impact Program that supports youth & education, healthy communities, sustainability, and resilience programs in our local communities. For more information on the company, visit www.luckys- market.com.