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A NEW opportunity in Lawton offering 300 jobs you can do from home

LAWTON--The Lawton Fort sill community welcomed a new business to town Tuesday.  Not only is it new to the community, "NEW" is its name.  "NEW" is a call center.   Vice President of customer experience Ray Zukowski says NEW plans to hire up to 300 people and there's a bonus for all "NEW" employees, as well.   They get to work from their own homes. 

Zukowski said the 'work-at-home' aspect of their business has grown dramatically over the past few years, thanks to the nearly universal access to the internet, and the desire of more people in the workforce to balance family and career.  

If you'd like to learn more about ""NEW", head on out to the Great  Plains Technology Center Thursday, June 21.   "NEW" will hold information sessions at 10am, 1pm, 3pm, and 6pm in Building 300, Room 301.   "NEW" will also hold its 6-week training sessions at the Great Plains Technology Center.  Interviews will begin immediately and the training programs begin July 16th. 

For more information go to the NEW website at

http://www.newhomebasedccr.com/

 

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