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VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

Looking for a job? Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta is about to hire 200 seasonal employees.

The park is having a two-day job fair next week to bring in a new workforce for the upcoming season. Park Officials say they need to fill jobs everywhere, from cooks to entertainers.

In order to go to the job fair you must pre-register by this Sunday on the Wild Adventures website. Annually, the park employs 700 people and spends nearly $6 million in labor.

"We are extremely excited, 2013 we have two new rides coming in, we have Tail Spin and we have Wacky Wheels and this Friday we are getting ready to announce our concert line-up," said General Manager, Molly Deese.

The job fair will be at the park next Tuesday and Wednesday.

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