Command Center, Inc. (OTCQB:CCNI), a national provider of on-demand and temporary staffing solutions, has opened new branch offices in Midland and Irving, Texas, increasing the total number of branch offices nationally to 57 across 22 states.
The Midland branch office expands Command Center’s staffing services in the growing Midland-Odessa metropolitan area in the West Texas Permian Basin. Combined with the existing Odessa office, the company can better serve new and current customers in the region.
The company began operations in Irving early this year by providing services to an existing national customer’s local facility. After establishing ongoing quality services for this anchor customer, the company decided to open a local branch office in order to capitalize on the fast-growing Dallas market. The Irving office location will open its doors in the coming weeks.
“Texas has provided a growing market for our staffing services. We now have eight branch offices in Texas servicing a diverse customer base,” said Command Center’s president and CEO, Bubba Sandford. “Our work for national customers in Texas is increasing, and we continue to add new local customers on a regular basis. After re-establishing solid business operations at our Odessa office, the company will now benefit from a second location in nearby Midland. Our new Irving office is a great opportunity to enter the large Dallas market with a well-established anchor customer allowing us to operate and expand profitably.”
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 57 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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