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Old 06-05-2015, 04:17 AM
 
Location: Louisville KY
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Phoenix Hill Tavern

Some- if not all, know these places closed down on the first. Personally I'm kinda hurt over it. On the non-mobile main.page, you can see the letter Ben wrote, it all seems fine and everything, but he really just screwed over all of us employees by closing both- on a day- outside of business hours. Many of my friends worked there with me- a side from the pay, it was an awesome job. The thing is, the owners were already planning this, yet they were still hiring people. Matter of fact three or four new bouncers were just hired last wendsday, and they had a work schedules up for this whole week. Our coom had a heart-attack last week as well. It really pisses me off that they can do this. The only bright side is most of us can get unemployment, and we're getting bonuses in our last(or for some, first) paychecks. The party, and shirts is not going to make up for screwing over everybody. Well, I got to vet to bed so I can pick up my money, and hopefully shirt.
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Old 06-06-2015, 05:02 PM
 
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Phoenix Hill Tavern

Some- if not all, know these places closed down on the first. Personally I'm kinda hurt over it. On the non-mobile main.page, you can see the letter Ben wrote, it all seems fine and everything, but he really just screwed over all of us employees by closing both- on a day- outside of business hours. Many of my friends worked there with me- a side from the pay, it was an awesome job. The thing is, the owners were already planning this, yet they were still hiring people. Matter of fact three or four new bouncers were just hired last wendsday, and they had a work schedules up for this whole week. Our coom had a heart-attack last week as well. It really pisses me off that they can do this. The only bright side is most of us can get unemployment, and we're getting bonuses in our last(or for some, first) paychecks. The party, and shirts is not going to make up for screwing over everybody. Well, I got to vet to bed so I can pick up my money, and hopefully shirt.
Sorry to hear about lost jobs. Those venues did well; its just the owner wanted to sell. Phoeniz Hill Tavern is going to be luxury apartments and condos. Jim Porters was forced to sell to the city for a major sewer project to prevent flooding.

Club Liv downtown is trying to be the new PHT. Maybe apply there? I think it just opened.
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Old 06-09-2015, 02:26 AM
 
Location: Louisville KY
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Porters was a done deal, it was the Hill, that hit hardest, I just applied at Diamonds today, didn't know of Club Liv.
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