Sunday, March 3, 2013

Pike Nurseries to Hire 200 Seasonal Employees

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Fresh opportunities are in full bloom at Pike Nurseries as locations in metro Atlanta and Greensboro, Ga. prepare to add approximately 200 seasonal associates in the coming weeks.   Applicants with a green thumb and strong desire to help customers are encouraged to apply for a position with the largest independent garden retailer. 

Pike Nurseries is focused on exceeding the customer’s expectations by offering superior knowledge, quality and selection in a friendly, caring environment.  Whether applicants are experienced sales professionals, retail managers, or hobby gardeners, Pike Nurseries has a position for anyone who loves plants, people, and playing in the dirt.  Employees must be prepared to answer difficult garden questions, engage the customer, load the prized purchases in cars and care for the plants and the store.

Employment opportunities are available at Pike Nurseries’ 14 metro Atlanta locations and at the Lake Oconee location.  Open positions include:  manager trainees, sales associates, cashiers, and maintenance/loaders.  Interested applicants can find position descriptions, qualifications, benefit information and applications on Pike Nurseries’ career page.  Pike Nurseries offers opportunities for growth and development not only within the company but also within its sister company, Armstrong Garden Centers, in California.  Employee benefits with Pike Nurseries include structured training programs, sales incentives, employee discounts, a comprehensive insurance program and more.


Ever committed to its customers’ gardening success, Pike Nurseries takes pride in taking the guesswork out of gardening.  Offering superior knowledge, quality, and selection in a friendly, caring environment, Pike Nurseries has been an Atlanta icon for over 50 years.  Founded in 1958 by Pete Pike, its ability to adapt to market conditions and community needs has made it a respected Southern institution.  As Atlanta’s oldest garden chain, Pike Nurseries has 16 retail locations in the Atlanta, GA, Greensboro, GA, and Charlotte, NC, areas and employs the most certified garden experts.  Now led by CEO Mike Kunce, Pike Nurseries looks forward to continued growth as it keeps Georgia and North Carolina beautiful, one landscape at a time. Ticker

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