Golden Glen Creamery Looking for Farmer’s Market Personnel

May 13, 2010

Cutting it close … Golden Glen Creamery in Bow, Washington just had one of their Farmer’s Market people pick up a job in his professional line, so he packed up and moved on …

They are looking for another outstanding, adventurous person to come along and handle a few markets …

Do you know anyone looking for a summer job? Are you looking for an adventure in the cheese mines… here’s a great place to start.

If you are in the Seattle area and interested, send your resume to:

info (@) goldenglencreamery.com

Here’s some informational about Golden Glen: Owned by Vic and Judy Jensen who began dairy farming in 1967 and have been located at their present location in Bow, Washington since 1978. In 1995, their son Doug became part owner and in 2004, Doug’s wife, Brandy began making cheese and formed Golden Glen Creamery.

Today they milk 60 cows and the creamery makes the following farmstead dairy products: cheddar, gouda, feta, parmesan, mozzarella and butter.

In 2006, they began bottling their milk in reusable, glass bottles.

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2 Responses to “Golden Glen Creamery Looking for Farmer’s Market Personnel”


  1. […] to man or woman one of its booths. The Lady, after obtaining my permission, of course, posted a “Help Wanted” on our blog to assist in finding the right cheesy person. As a thank you, Kim sent several of their […]


  2. […] Kim, General Manager at Golden Glen Creamery in Bow, Washington, sent a few cheeses as a gift for a “Help Wanted” post on the blog that we made a few weeks […]


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