Restaurant: Impossible Comes To Blue Orleans Dec. 19-20

Volunteers Needed

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Restaurant: Impossible is coming to Blue Orleans in Chattanooga on Dec. 19 and 20. It is seeking enthusiastic individuals that would love to work with Robert Irvine and his renovation team as design and construction volunteers on the show.

Volunteers may be any licensed or certified individuals in painting, crafting, constructing, remodeling, cleaning, decorating etc. (depending on skill set). It is always looking for skilled contractors, electricians, plumbers, upholsters’ and painters to help out and donate their time but welcome all skill sets and skill levels always. 

The volunteer schedule is as follows:
Shift #1 – Thursday, Dec. 19, 12-7 p.m.
Shift #2 – Thursday, Dec. 19, 7 p.m.-2 a.m.
Shift #3 - Friday, Dec. 20: 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. 

Restaurant: Impossible is only interested in volunteers, however, meals will be provided. Participants must be 18 years or older to volunteer.  All volunteers must sign an appearance release and volunteer agreement on site.  Please wear sneakers or boots and work clothing with no logos. 

If interested, email volunteer@restaurantimpossiblevolunteers.com by Monday, Dec. 16, at 3 p.m. with preferred day(s), full name, email address, cell number and skill set/ related profession (ex: plumber or painter). Please use the following subject line: 1611 TN Volunteer 

Anyone who replies to volunteer is guaranteed a spot. Confirmation emails will be sent the day before each day intend on volunteering.

Restaurant: Impossible invites the public to Blue Orleans for their grand re-opening on Friday, Dec. 20, at 7 p.m. 

Restaurant: Impossible is hosted by Chef Robert Irvine. Robert's Challenge: Save America's most desperate restaurants from impending failure in just two days with only $10,000. 

The public is invited to come dine and be one of the first patrons to see the newly renovated space. If interested in making a reservation at Blue Orleans for their grand re-opening, please email the Restaurant: Impossible production at volunteer@restaurantimpossiblevolunteers.com by Monday, Dec. 16, at 3 p.m. Please use the following in your subject line: 1611 TN RESERVATION.

Production is not covering the cost of the meal - you will be responsible for paying your own bill. This event is first come first serve by email and organizers cannot guarantee everyone who responds will get a table. If selected, you will receive a confirmation email close to the date of the dinner. Unfortunately, we cannot have any guests under 8 years old.

Please include contact information (full name, email address, cell number) party size (number of people at the table) and the names of the people in party. 

 


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