Command Center, Inc. (OTCQB: CCNI), a national provider of on-demand and temporary staffing solutions, has opened a new branch office in Watford City, North Dakota, with another office opening soon in Knoxville, Tennessee. These new locations increase Command Center’s total number of branch offices to 55 nationwide.
“While we will continue to maximize opportunities in areas of the country that see activity centered on the energy industry, we want to remain diversified in our locations and customer base to ensure healthy, sustained growth,” noted Command Center’s president and CEO Bubba Sandford. “We believe this approach will ultimately provide shareholders with the greatest long-term value.
“Our new Watford City office will build on our success in the Bakken Shale region, and our new Knoxville office will employ strategies that have proven successful at our other Tennessee branches,” added Sandford. “We will continue to evaluate locations for additional offices moving into and throughout 2015.”
The company also reminded shareholders of the upcoming annual shareholders’ meeting scheduled for December 11 in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. All shareholders are welcome to attend.
About Command Center
Command Center provides flexible on-demand employment solutions to businesses in the United States, primarily in the areas of light industrial, hospitality and event services. Through 55 field offices, the company provides employment annually for nearly 33,000 field team members working for 3,600 clients.
For more information about Command Center, go to www.commandonline.com.
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