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Queens Taste 2020
postponed until October
due to coronavirus crisis
BY BILL PARRY
hard, but the borough is going to
bounce back with force,” Queens Tourism
Director Rob MacKay said. “Queens Taste
2020 will be a triumphant aff air as restaurants,
Due to the COVID-19 emergency,
artisan food makers and beverage
the Queens Economic Development
purveyors will display their wonderful
Corporation and the Queens Tourism
products to an interested audience. Great
Council have postponed Queens Taste
2020 until Tuesday, Oct. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Queens Taste has been an annual event
Just as over the past fi ve years, the
since 2001. Last year, more than 600
extremely popular food and networking
people attended to sample cuisine from
celebration is scheduled to take place at
around the globe including such countries
the New York Hall of Science in Flushing
as China, Colombia, Guyana, Haiti,
Meadows Corona Park.
India, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Th ailand,
“Th e virus is hitting local businesses
Trinidad and the Philippines.
Domino’s looks to hire 2,000 new employees
BY JACOB KAYE
Domino’s, the national pizza chain,
is looking to hire around 2,000 new
employees throughout the tri-state area
as the need for help ratchets up during
the coronavirus outbreak in the region.
“Domino’s works hard to serve local
communities across the country and the
tri-state area is no diff erent,” said John
Hall, a local Domino’s franchise owner.
“Stores across this area are continuing
to provide pizza to those who are looking
for a delicious, hot meal, and at times
like this, staffi ng is critical.”
Th e chain is looking to hire delivery
drivers, customer service representatives,
assistant managers and managers
across more than 280 stores, including
20 in Queens.
Domino’s off ers contactless delivery, as
well as carry-out.
“While many local, state and federal
rules are closing dine-in restaurants,
the opportunity to feed our neighbors
through delivery and carry-out continues,”
said Hall. “We want to make sure
we’re not only providing food to people,
but also delivering opportunity to those
who are looking for work.”
To apply for a position, visit jobs.dominos.
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