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Camarillo’s new Cracker Barrel is already hiring and planning its decor

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CAMARILLO, Calif. - In preparation for the opening of their new Camarillo location, Cracker Barrel has begun hiring for all skill positions this week.

Cracker Barrel said it expects to hire around 175 full and part-time employees. Anyone who is interested in working for them can apply on their website.

Cracker Barrel will be opening in February, but the specific date has yet to be announced.

Cracker Barrel's Assistant Account Executive Hannah Atteberry shared details about the antiques that will line the walls of the new Camarillo store.

"One of the most distinguishable aspects of Cracker Barrel is the authentic memorabilia and Americana décor that reflects the unique families and culture of the community it serves," said Atteberry. "Each collection of décor that goes into a store is carefully planned and curated. It's all genuine artifacts pulled from our Décor Warehouse which houses over 90,000 pieces of Americana."

Atteberry explained that Cracker Barrel designs each new store's decor in the Décor Warehouse located at their HQ in Tennessee.

Some of the decor is then tailored to reflect the local community of the specific store's location, including its history and heritage.

Atteberry said Adolfo Camarillo, one of Camarillo's founders, employed around 700 workers by growing lima beans, walnuts and citrus in the area.

As a result, the Camarillo store will include decor based around an agricultural theme including tools, a "beans" sign and packets of seeds.

There will also be decor that reflects California as a whole.

The new Cracker Barrel is located at 560 East Ventura Boulevard in Camarillo.

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