Agero Expands Clarksville, Tennessee, Call Center Operations
Approximately 750 employees in Clarksville provide critical roadside assistance services to drivers throughout the U.S. With a second Tennessee facility based in the Tri-Cities area, the new jobs and financial investment will further strengthen Agero’s presence in the state.
“The city of Clarksville has proven to provide a wealth of talent, with hardworking, dedicated and driven residents that continue to support this location as Agero’s largest call center. We have developed a strong connection with this community, and we are incredibly proud to continue to expand our presence here in service to our millions of consumers annually,” said Chris Richard, Vice President, Contact Center Operations, Agero.
“As we work to jumpstart Tennessee’s economy again, Agero’s significant expansion and creation of 900 jobs will provide a needed boost for the Clarksville community. I’d like to thank Agero for its continued expansion in Clarksville and the confidence it has in the workforce of Tennessee,” said Governor Bill Lee.
“TNECD is committed to continue supporting our businesses and communities as we get Tennessee’s economy back on track. Agero’s plan to create 900 jobs is encouraging news for Clarksville and Middle Tennessee, and I look forward to the benefits this type of private investment and sizable job creation will have,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe added.
"Agero has proven to be an effective corporate partner, with plenty of community spirit and willingness to be involved in our growth. We are thrilled the company has chosen to increase its investment in Clarksville-Montgomery County, and we look forward to the 900 new jobs Agero will add to make this an even stronger community,” Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts said.
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