The outdoor Gaming pool closed its doors at the beginning of September at the end of the hot summer season. This also marks the end of lifeguard Sabrina Loidl’s first month in her new job. Since August 1, she has followed in the footsteps of her predecessor Thomas Willenpart and guarantees safe bathing fun. “I really like my new job. The summer months went by very well”, says Sabrina Loidl, happy about her new role as a lifeguard. She is supported by Janos Antal, who started work as a lifeguard in January 2020 with great pleasure.
After the end of her predecessor, the offer came to the player quite spontaneously, but her many years of work at the two gaming tables prepared Sabrina Loidl well for the new challenge. Since October 2012 she is a permanent indoor pool and sauna cleaner. In summer you can always find them behind the box or cleaning the outdoor pool.
This area of responsibility is now expanding to include care of technology and supervision of guests.
After successfully completing the training required to become a pool attendant last year, Sabrina Loidl has been keeping an eye on swimmers ever since and is always on site in an emergency.
From October 1st to March 31st bathers will be able to swim again in the indoor pool under your supervision. Thanks to the entire pool team, which is complemented by the two administrative ladies Manuela Etzler and Bianca Rußwurm, the work was completed a few days before the opening. So nothing stands in the way of a successful winter season in the Indoor Gaming Pool.
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