Command Center, Inc. (OTCQB: CCNI), a national provider of on-demand and temporary staffing solutions, plans to relocate its corporate headquarters from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, to Denver, Colorado.

The suburban Denver location is ideally situated to attract top talent, as well provide a better hub for travel between the corporate headquarters and the company’s 57 branch offices. The company anticipates the new office being operational in August of this year, with the current office closing in September.

“The new corporate headquarters provides Command Center with economic and operational benefits,” said Bubba Sandford, Command Center’s president and CEO. “We plan to increase training and interaction with the branch staff, and our new headquarters will allow for more cost effective travel between the branches and our main office."

Sandford continued: “Command Center has undergone a number of changes during its time in north Idaho, and we appreciate all that the local community and our employees have done to get the company where it is today. Management and our board of directors have concluded that fiscal 2015 is the appropriate time for this transition. Denver provides a central location as well as a base of operations with a good quality of life and stable business climate. We anticipate cost savings over time with this transition and believe it will add to shareholder value over the long term.”

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 more than 32,000 temporary employees working for approximately 3,400 clients. For more information about Command Center, go to

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