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On Air Staff and WPM Interns
Thu September 15, 2005
Call Center Brings Jobs to Thermopolis
By Aaron Alpern
Laramie, WY – A Washington, DC political marketing company announced yesterday (Tuesday) that it will open a call center in Thermopolis. CAPTEL chose Thermopolis over Cheyenne and Gillette, the two other finalist towns. CAPTEL Vice President Amy Biederman says the company had a difficult choice and believed it could succeed in any of the three. She says Thermopolis show great community enthusiasm. Biederman says they plan to employ about 20 people in Thermopolis. CAPTEL representatives will be in town tomorrow (Thursday) finalizing details of the move. Biederman says they are still in talks about the location of the company's call center.