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UPDATE: Homeserve USA adds 100 new jobs in Chattanooga

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Christina High and Georgette Metts work at HomeServe in this file photo. The business provides emergency home repair programs. Photo by Allison Carter/Times Free Press Christina High and Georgette Metts work at HomeServe in this file photo. The business provides emergency home repair programs. Photo by Allison Carter/Times Free Press
CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) -

Homeserve USA announced the addition of 100 new jobs Tuesday at the Chattanooga at this morning's annual Mayors Breakfast. The company added 120 new jobs in April of 2012.

In 2010, Homeserve USA announced it's initial Chattanooga location, installing a customer call center in an 18,000 square foot space at The Pointe Centre on Premiere Drive.

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The company provides emergency home repair service plans for water, gas, electrical and heating/air conditioning for 1.3 million homeowners across the United States.

The expanded Chattanooga presence increases the company's Chattanooga presence to 300 workers, coupled with an additional invest of $65,000 for the Chattanooga Call Center, which is located in The Pointe Corporate Centre.

A job fair will be held today, June 4th through Thursday, June 6th from 3-7 p.m. at 1232 Premier Drive.  Interested persons can also apply online at HomeServe USA.

The Homeserve USA website explains that the company partners with local utilities to help provide emergency repairs, and covers virtually the entire continental United States, except for Vermont and Utah currently.

The company was established in the U.S. in 2003 and has grown to protect over 1 million customers across the U.S. against the expense and inconvenience of water, sewer, electrical and other home emergencies. HomeServe dedicates itself to being a customer focused company offering best practices in marketing and service.

Our news partners at the Chattanooga Times free Press tell us that Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger said that in a few short years, HomeServe has already become one of the city's most active job creators.


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