• In addition to the people directly employed by Spooky Nook itself, the company believes another 150 full-and part-time jobs will be created by restaurants, shops and other businesses that will fill the more than 10,000 square feet of space that will be leased to others within the complex.
• Meanwhile, there will be 150 construction jobs on site over 18 months, the company said.
“We’ve heard feedback from the community: ‘These are all entry-level positions,’” said Jonathan Snavely, the company’s director of marketing and corporate partnerships. “We will need those, as you know.”
On the other hand, “we have managers, directors, of departments, especially in the hospitality industry, in the banquet side, hotel side, sport services, our guest services. Each of those departments, they have managers, they have directors, and that’s where that number comes from.”
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Snavely already has spoken with a Miami University sports management class about opportunities for that field that will be available, he said.