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Vivili Hospitality sees surge of applicants for restaurant work amid offer of free tuition
Some 100 applications received for program announced about a month ago, restaurateur says

In early May, Prescott-based Vivili Hospitality Group’s Skyler Reeves tried to attract employees to his restaurants by partnering with Yavapai College to offer free tuition in hopes of overcoming the restaurant industry’s hiring challenges at the time. He said the response from applicants over the past month “far exceeded his expectations.” (Courtesy/Vivili Hospitality Group)

In early May, Prescott-based Vivili Hospitality Group’s Skyler Reeves tried to attract employees to his restaurants by partnering with Yavapai College to offer free tuition in hopes of overcoming the restaurant industry’s hiring challenges at the time. He said the response from applicants over the past month “far exceeded his expectations.” (Courtesy/Vivili Hospitality Group)

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