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Now You Can Get Married in a Denny's

Now You Can Get Married in a Denny's

Tie the knot post-omelet at the new Las Vegas location's in-diner wedding chapel

Would you like some nuptials with your bacon and eggs?
At Denny’s most exciting new location, this isn’t a tall order. The wedding chapel is located right in the middle of the restaurant.

The newest addition to Las Vegas’ sprawling Neonopolis mall joins just two other diners on the Strip, and a dizzying slew of other local shotgun marriage options. Getting hitched in a franchised diner is hardly shocking when you can order a curbside wedding via the “Wedding Wagon” from anywhere in the same city.

The new Las Vegas Denny’s will occupy 6,400 square feet in Neonopolis, right below the new 80,000 square foot Krave Massive nightclub. The 24/7 diner will offer delicious breakfast and marriage options for early-birds en route to the slots and late-night partiers with the drunchies — unless they prefer some “Flatliner Fries” cooked in pure lard from the hospital-themed Heart Attack Grill, also located in Neonopolis.

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Denny’s chief marketing officer Frances Allen is hoping the new “flagship” Denny’s will bring about a community-building revolution, kind of like Facebook. Says Allen, “the diner is the original social network.”

Expect “over-the-top Vegas décor,” a full service bar, and the usual Denny’s menu with a few new items, possibly including an all-pancake wedding cake. All of this, just when we thought it couldn’t possibly get more romantic than a morning-after Grand Slam meal.


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

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But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

Read More
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But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

Read More
Related Articles

But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

Read More
Related Articles

But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

Read More
Related Articles

But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

Read More
Related Articles

But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

Read More
Related Articles

But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

Read More
Related Articles

But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

Read More
Related Articles

But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


You can now get paid £40 an hour to sunbathe - and you get free garden furniture

With temperatures in the UK reaching a stifling 27 degrees this week, Brits will undoubtedly be basking in the sun, working on their tan whilst they can.

But now, you can get paid for the privilege.

A gardening and review website, named Whatshed.co.uk, is looking for five people to test out its garden furniture whilst lounging in the sun - and they&aposre paid a whopping £40 an hour to do so.

The successful applicant will be asked to review the company&aposs upcoming garden products like sun loungers, parasols, cushions and more for a month, rating each item&aposs comfort, style, practicality and overall value.

In return for working five hours a week, Whatshed.co.uk will pay £40 an hour, as well as cover expenses for ‘sunbathing essentials’, such as suncream, food and beverages, to ensure each candidate is ‘comfortable’ whilst working.

The company has stipulated that safety is a priority, therefore individuals will be required to wear factor 50 sun cream at all times whilst working, which must be reapplied a minimum of every two hours.

Candidates must also work for no longer than three hours across an entire day.

You don&apost need any specific qualifications for the role, but the advertisement states that applicants "must be living in the UK, be over the age of 18 and have access to a garden or outdoor space with good sun exposure".

However, due to the "unpredictability of the weather, "the company have said that if it&aposs raining, the working hours can be delayed and the period of employability will be extended.

Read More
Related Articles

But don&apost hang around - you only have until June 11 to apply.

Kate Fromings from Whatshed.co.uk, said: "We are always looking to improve our products and have a few exciting things in the pipeline, so we thought why not take advantage of the upcoming heat wave and put our products to the ultimate test.

"In my opinion, there is nothing better than relaxing in the sun, so we&aposre expecting a lot of people to apply to be a part of our Parasol Patrol team.

"If you think you could be a great judge on what makes the best garden products and fancy soaking up the sun, please get in touch!"


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