Turning Stone offers incentives for Exit 33 hires

Edward Harris
Observer-Dispatch
Turning Stone is offering a possible trip to Las Vegas as part of a hiring incentive for its venues at Exit 33.

The Oneida Indian Nation is offering a possible trip to Las Vegas as part of hiring incentives for its nightlife venues at Turning Stone, the Nation announced in a statement. 

Turning Stone plans on reopening its Exit 33 venues — Tin Rooster, the Gig, Turquoise Tiger and the Atrium Bar — this fall.  

The casino will host “open auditions” for positions at the venue from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 24. Those hired will be eligible to win a trip to Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, according to the statement.

Turning Stone is partnered with Caesars. 

The auditions are a targeted style hiring event focused on finding energetic guest-service oriented candidates with outgoing personalities, according to the statement. 

Prior experience is not required, and on-the-job training is available. 

Open positions include bartenders, hostess, cashiers, servers, barbacks and beverage porters. 

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Preregistration is encouraged but walk-ins are welcomed. Preregistration is available through the Turning Stone website.  

Exit 33, at a cost of $25 million, opened in 2013. 

Additional details about the fall reopening of Tin Rooster, The Gig, Turquoise Tiger and the Atrium Bar will be announced shortly, Turning Stone said. 

The Nation began booking acts for its properties across Central New York in July. 

Ed Harris is the Oneida County reporter for the Observer-Dispatch. Email Ed Harris at EHarris1@gannett.com.