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SERVPRO Invests $6.7 million To Expand Its Corporate Headquarters In Gallatin, Tennessee
Area Development Online News Desk (04/04/2013)
SERVPRO will invest $6.7 million to expand the company’s corporate headquarters on Industrial Blvd. in Gallatin, Tennessee, creating 90 full-time jobs in Sumner County.

As a provider of fire and water damage restoration services, SERVPRO’s Gallatin campus includes the corporate team, national call center, warehouse, manufacturing facility and franchisee training center.

“SERVPRO has been blessed with ongoing growth during these trying economic times,” said Sue Steen, Chief Executive Officer of Servpro Industries, Inc. “Our growth is attributed to an excellent team of employees who are passionate about serving our Franchise Community. I am proud that a significant percent of our employees also live in Sumner County. We appreciate the support we have received over the years from the Gallatin Economic Development Agency. The recent award from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development will help us expand our operations in Sumner County.”

“SERVPRO has been a valued corporate citizen of Gallatin for 25 years, and the company illustrates how existing industries provide a solid foundation for all job creation in the state,” Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty said. “Being able to not only adapt, but grow, in today’s uncertain economic environment is a testament to SERVPRO’s operations and speaks highly of Tennessee’s attractive business climate and quality workforce.”

“Gallatin is privileged to have the SERVPRO family and its corporate headquarters in our City,” said Mayor Jo Ann Graves. “SERVPRO’s expansion is indicative of the opportunities that exist in Gallatin for businesses to grow and thrive.”

“It’s exciting to watch as SERVPRO announces yet another expansion to their corporate headquarters,” added James Fenton, Executive Director for the Gallatin Economic Development Agency. “This constant growth reinforces Gallatin’s reputation for its business friendly reputation.”


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