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Verizon Expands Mauldin, South Carolina, Operations Center

02/17/2017
Verizon Wireless, the nation’s largest provider of telecommunications products and services, is expanding its existing operations in Greenville County, South Carolina. To accommodate its continued growth, the company is investing $3.5 million and creating 260 new jobs.

Located at 700 Brookfield Parkway in Mauldin, Verizon Wireless plans to consolidate services in its customer service and telesales divisions at its existing Greenville County operations. As an incentive, the Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project.

“With access to an outstanding workforce and an ‘open for business’ policy by state and local officials, we are truly looking forward to expanding our presence in Greenville. As we work to streamline our national operations and improve the total customer experience, our center in Greenville has a proven track record of providing outstanding results and delivers great service to our customers nationwide,” said Verizon Wireless Customer Care Senior Vice President Christine Baron.

“It’s wonderful to see such a world-renowned company like Verizon Wireless not just locate in South Carolina, but grow and thrive as well. This expansion announcement is a tremendous win for Greenville County, and it shows the world that South Carolina continues to be ‘Just right’ for business,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

“Today, we congratulate Verizon Wireless on the announcement of its latest South Carolina expansion. By creating 260 new jobs in Greenville County, Verizon Wireless is making a real commitment to the community and to our state as a whole, and we are excited for the continued success we know this partnership will bring,” said Governor Henry McMaster.

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