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Old 09-14-2011, 12:48 AM
 
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I am 24 years old looking to move to the area and support myself by waiting tables. I have 6+ years experience in food and bev and I currently work for a large chain restaurant and would immediately have a job by transferring to our location in Wilmington. (Olive Garden).What is the business for service industry workers like down there? Is there a definite shift of pace from on to off season? I have read what others have had to say about the area in other attributes and this is the only thing that concerns me.

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Old 09-14-2011, 06:58 AM
 
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Olive Garden surely must have business year round,
is it located on Market Street?

Wilmington is host to many sport and school meets all year long
and seems to me that Olive Garden would be one place
that attracts that kind of groups.
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Old 09-14-2011, 10:07 AM
 
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I am 24 years old looking to move to the area and support myself by waiting tables. I have 6+ years experience in food and bev and I currently work for a large chain restaurant and would immediately have a job by transferring to our location in Wilmington. (Olive Garden).What is the business for service industry workers like down there? Is there a definite shift of pace from on to off season? I have read what others have had to say about the area in other attributes and this is the only thing that concerns me.

Thanks

DED610
Wilmington is not tourist dependant like some other coastal cities. The instant the tourists leave the students at UNCW show up plus we have roughly 200,000 full time residents in New Hanover County. Olive Garden has steady business all year.
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