Vinyl Taco begins hiring managers

Dec. 13, 2018

The latest business to transplant itself from North Dakota to Sioux Falls has started hiring.

Vinyl Taco and Vinyl Social Club, which will occupy the former Borrowed Bucks Roadhouse space, are taking applications for management positions. Hiring for hourly staff will begin in the next week to week and a half, said Kirk Keupp, one of the owners.

The business at 3609 S. Western Ave., just south of the Western Mall, will have two sides to it: the Mexican street food restaurant and the social club, which will feature “a DJ-driven sound and a lot of activity for people,” Keupp said. Managers are needed for each part of the business.

While the goal was to open before the end of the year, “it could be into the next year,” Keupp said. The building is getting a complete remodel inside and out. The ownership groups for Vinyl Taco and Borrowed Bucks, which still has locations in North Dakota, include some of the same partners.

The restaurant will open first, and the social club will open a couple of weeks later, he said. Keupp estimates he’ll hire 40 people for the restaurant and 30 for the social club.

Applications for the management positions are being accepted through the business’ Facebook page, indeed.com and keloland.com.

Vinyl Taco has locations in Fargo and Grand Forks.

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Vinyl Taco begins hiring managers

The latest business to transplant itself from North Dakota to Sioux Falls has started hiring.

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