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Paragon Micro Plans Expansion At Its Illinois and Arizona Facilities

04/16/2013
Paragon Micro, a provider of top name-brand IT computing products, software, and advanced IT services and solutions, will expand its Lake Zurich, Illinois, headquarters to accommodate the company's growing sales executive and support teams, by doubling the square footage of its current offices.

"We plan on growing the number of sales executives in our Lake Zurich location by 75 percent, along with additional sales support staff in 2013 with this expansion," said Jeff Reimer, President of Paragon Micro. "As the president of the company, my first priority is our co-workers and their families, and they know this. Without them, we don't have a business. This expansion ensures our company is as healthy as possible, and poised for future high-growth."

In addition, the company will relocate its downtown Chicago office from the River North district to the 200 block of West Madison in the Chicago loop. The relocation will provide space for at least 15 additional team members to be hired before year-end, the company said. Paragon Micro also has plans to grow the IT Company's Tempe, Arizona sales office by 200 percent, which will lead to office expansion there as well.

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