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USA 800 hopes to add hundreds of jobs by this holiday season

USA 800 Corporate CEO Tom Davis USA 800 Corporate CEO Tom Davis
WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

At a press conference at the USA 800 plant, corporate CEO for the call center company, Tom Davis said it has been a "fantastic nine months," in Wichita Falls. 

Since the call center opened, the company has added more than 450 jobs and has brought $5 million in payroll to the community. 

Davis told Newschannel6 that Wichita Falls was an ideal location, because of how quickly they were able to move into the building.

The company hopes to add 150 to 200 new jobs to the community by the holiday season. 

Davis told Newschannel6 that the Wichita Falls location has potential to be the largest location in the corporation. 

Reporter Sarah Hines will have more on this story on Newschannel 6 First at 5:00 and Newschannel 6 at 6:00.

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