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Gabriel Brothers holding job fair for new Toledo store

Gabriel Brothers is expected to move in to this location on Monroe Street next month. Gabriel Brothers is expected to move in to this location on Monroe Street next month.
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Gabriel Brothers is hosting a job fair Monday and Tuesday to fill up to 150 positions at its new Toledo location.

"We're looking to fill customer service roles, cashier roles, stocking roles, and even supervisory roles," said Bill Tichenor, district manager.

The job fair will run both days from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. at the Ramada Toledo Hotel and Conference Center located at 3536 Secor Road in west Toledo.

One applicant says the excitement of a new store brought her to the interview. She walked out with a new job and has advice for anyone interested in applying.

"You don't know what they're looking for. You might think that you don't have anything to offer, but you don't know what they're looking for, you know? You don't know what they need. So, certainly, just come down, you know? What do you got to lose?" said Gail White.

Expected to open Nov. 14 at 5223 Monroe Street next to Target, this store will be the 15th Gabriel Brothers store in Ohio.

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