This thread reminded me of Yellowstone. I arrived at Gardiner, a town just outside the North Gate to the park in Mid May. The restaurants and bars had young kids coming in after jobs in the park's Lodges. This is a great Summer job for a kid.
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After I graduated from dishwashiing and bussing, I made a ton of cash serving tables and working the bar in the convention/catering department at a nice hotel. A 15% gratuity was already included in the bill, but when it's an open bar for a few hundred people everyone feels generous, and it was a rare night I wouldn't walk out with a couple of hundred bucks cash at the end of the evening.
And money aside, it was a great job. Good people and many many good times. I still miss it sometimes.
I plan on using my GI Bill to go into medicine after the Corps, and I've often thought about bartending while in school to make some good money for a few nights a week. I've never done it before, though - I'm sure it's hard work
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