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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on December 31, 2012. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on December 31, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Advanced IT Auditor - Dallas, TX||Irving, TX|
|Accounting Supervisor (CPA Required)||San Antonio, TX|
|Consultant II - O365||Denver, CO|
|Network Architect Cisco Data Center||Dallas, TX|
|Account Executive KC||Kansas City, MO|
|Costume Character||Sandusky, OH|
|Sales Engineer III - Data Center||Nashville, TN|
|Tolls Cashier||Sandusky, OH|
|Housekeeping Attendant||Sandusky, OH|
|Project Manager - Ohio Operations||Toledo, OH|
I’ve finally found the secret to alchemy–cheap New Year’s party favors. Any decent restaurant can offer the same food they offer the rest of year, add a glass of cheap champagne, a cardboard hat with a rubber band strap, a noisemaker, and maybe a plastic necklace, and then charge $200 for their “New Year’s Even Party.” It’s brilliant considering that you can buy New Year’s Party Kits for less than a dollar per person from Party America, an Alameda, CA based chain of retail party supply stores. They offer “everything you’ll need for your New Year’s bash through Valentine’s Day, Mardi Gras, Chinese New Year, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Passover, Cinco de Mayo, Graduation, 4th of July, Labor Day Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah.” Party America’s Jobs page offers info on both in-store and corporate positions. If those don’t interest you, take a look at our past New Year’s Eve posts on MADD (be responsible tonight), Oriental Trading (more party supplies), American Pyrotechnics Association (fireworks!), Waterford (they make the glass ball), Times Square Alliance (the place to be), and Martinelli’s (a good non-alcholic option). You may also want to take a look at Party City while you’re at it.
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How are you celebrating tonight?