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Cardon Outreach Invests $5.3 Million To Expand Its Sandy, Utah, Processing Center
Area Development Online News Desk (08/09/2013)
Cardon Outreach will invest $5.3 million to expand its processing facility in Salt Lake County, Utah, creating 308 new jobs.

“A very positive experience with our operations hub in Sandy, Utah, has encouraged us to consolidate more of our back office operations from other processing centers to Utah, and to focus on Utah for our centralized service functions going forward,” says Mark Robinson, CEO of Cardon Outreach. “Cardon Outreach’s corporate headquarters will remain in The Woodlands, Texas for the foreseeable future.”

“Cardon Outreach’s success with their team in Sandy, Utah, gave them the confidence to invest in a major expansion in the state,” says Jeff Edwards, president and CEO the Economic Development Corporation of Utah. “We have this happen with companies many times; they test the waters with a small office and then recognize that Utah’s highly-skilled workforce and unparalleled quality of life make it the best choice for an expansion.”

“Having the best medical care available is extremely important for our Utah residents and Utah is home to world renowned medical centers and medical providers who provide the best medical services at the lowest cost possible,” said Spencer P. Eccles, Executive Director of Governor’s Office of Economic Development. “Cardon provides an important bridge between patient and provider, their growth in Utah will provide quality jobs for our residents as they support important patient services.”

Over the 15 year life of the agreement with the state, Cardon Outreach will pay approximately $9,151,570 in new state taxes and will invest $5.3 million in capital expansion in Salt Lake County. As an incentive, the GOED Board of Directors has approved a $1,830,314 Economic Development Tax Increment Finance post-performance refundable tax credit, which the company can earn or 20 percent of the net taxes paid by the company over the lifetime of the incentive.


 
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