Ryla Bringing 250 Call Center Jobs to Saraland, Alabama
"This puts us ahead of schedule for the 2010 milestone, which was 600 by December," said Vice President of Marketing Karen Clay.
Ryla will receive state and local incentives totaling more than $8 million, including $6.5 million from Alabama Industrial Development Training.
The Saraland facility is the first for Ryla outside its suburban Atlanta center. The Alabama workers will serve one large company, which Ryla did not name.
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