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C3 to Open New Contact Center in Tucson, Arizona

July 26, 2011

CustomerContactChannels (C3 (News - Alert)), a Plantation, Florida-based provider of outsourced call center services, has announced plans to plans to open a new contact center facility in Tucson, Arizona. The company expects that the facility will initially create about 320 agent positions by early September. When the center is fully up and running by the end of November, the call center is expected to employ a total of 600 people. It will be C3's first contact center in the state of Arizona.

The new contact center located at 1150 W Drexel in Tucson, will begin immediate hiring for both customer service representative and management positions. To this end, C3 plans to host a job fair at the Radisson Airport Hotel on Wednesday, July 27 and Thursday, July 28 from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm each day. C3/CustomerContactChannels says it offers competitive compensation and benefits packages that include paid training.

The personnel at this new office will support a Fortune 100 healthcare company, says C3.

“Our clients, all Fortune 500 brands, have given us the opportunity to expand based on our hard work and unique culture that have created much success for their customer management objectives,” said David Epstein (News - Alert), Chairman and Co-CEO of C3/CustomerContactChannels. “We’re looking forward to our expansion in Tucson and plan to become a strong regional partner.”

Arizona Senator John McCain weighed in the new office and hiring, saying, “C3’s expansion into the State of Arizona is a testament to the great appeal of the City of Tucson and its talented workforce. We welcome C3 to Arizona and look forward to their positive impact on our community.”

Those interested in applying for customer service representative jobs may contact C3 at by logging onto www.c3connect.com.


Tracey Schelmetic is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Tracey's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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