HoneyBaked Ham Hiring Hundreds For Holidays

October 24, 2013 11:40 AM
HoneyBaked Ham Hiring Hundreds For Holidays
" Atlanta (WAOK/AJC) — Looking for work this holiday season? The HoneyBaked Ham Company will be hiring hundreds of part-time workers in order to prepare for its busiest time of the year for selling ham, turkey breast, and other holiday products.

“HoneyBaked anticipates more than 2.5 million customers during the holiday season, from Thanksgiving through the start of the new year,”  Chief Operating Officer Maggie DeCan said to the AJC. The holiday season brings in roughly 70 to 75 percent of the company’s annual revenue "

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