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Brookland Sonic now accepting applications

BROOKLAND, AR (KAIT) -

With a tentative opening date set for August, the new Sonic in Brookland is now hiring.

The drive-in, 8100 Hwy. 49 North, will hire approximately 65 full-time and part-time employees.

Open positions include management team members, crew leaders, and skating carhops, according to a news release from Sonic.

“This will be a state-of-the-art drive-in with new digital menus for our customers to interact with, as well as the only location in Northeast Arkansas with a playground and a patio that will seat up to 70 guests,” said Scott Davis, owner.

Sonic will be holding interviews at the Brookland city hall every Tuesday leading up to the August opening. Candidates can fill out an application and be interviewed the same day.

To schedule an interview, call Trey Harris at (501) 519-0589 or email tharris2507@gmail.com.

To apply online, visit www.sonicdrivein.com/jobs, select position of interest and enter zip code 72417.

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