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PreCheck Expands Operations in Alamogordo, New Mexico

PreCheck, Inc., a firm serving the healthcare industry, will expand its presence in Alamogordo, New Mexico. The company plans to create 30 new jobs.

"Since coming to New Mexico, we've found that New Mexico is filled with great hard-working people and that this state is great for business," said Zach Daigle, President & COO at PreCheck.

"Since 2010, the business climate has improved dramatically, and we now have tools like LEDA and JTIP to help our company grow in New Mexico. We look forward to our expansion and continuing to give back to the Alamogordo community and the State of New Mexico,” he added.

This is PreCheck's second major expansion in New Mexico since 2014 supported by the state's closing fund and job training program. New Mexico will provide $100,000 to PreCheck through the state's closing fund, also known as LEDA. In addition to the LEDA funding from the State of New Mexico, the City of Alamogordo will commit $50,000 in LEDA funding to the project.

In 2014, PreCheck was awarded LEDA funding to expand their Alamogordo facility and add dozens of new jobs. PreCheck has also utilized the Job Training Incentive Program to consistently ramp up growth.

"Since 2011, we've enacted major reforms to make New Mexico a great place to do business. Now we're seeing the results," said Governor Susana Martinez. "We need to keep fighting for the bold reforms and critical tools that have allowed companies like PreCheck, Facebook, and many more grow in New Mexico. Let's continue to build on our success."

"Having the tools and business-friendly environment we need to spur job growth in our community is important, and it helps us to continue to improve the lives of the people of Alamogordo. It is thanks to local and State economic development champions, the governor's office and local business owners that we have these tools and favorable environment,"

Alamogordo Mayor Richard Boss. "I want to thank PreCheck and the Governor's office for continuing to be great partners as we move our community forward."

"Thanks to Governor Martinez' reforms, we have the tools and environment we need to help companies in New Mexico grow and thrive," said Economic Development Secretary Matt Geisel. "Keeping tools like LEDA and JTIP strong allows us to help companies thrive and create new jobs in our communities."

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