AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW / WAGT) – Job seekers can apply for any of the more than 100 positions T-Mobile is looking to fill at its customer service call center in Augusta.
The company will be hosting an on-site hiring event on July 21 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 3750 Wheeler Road, Augusta.
Positions start at $ 15 an hour, plus a compensation plan that includes:
- Reimbursement of studies.
- Medical, dental and visual services.
- Discounts on telephone services.
- Corresponding to 401 (k).
- Annual employee share allocation program.
To learn more about the positions, register for the hiring event, or to apply online, visit https://bit.ly/36x4o2b.
For details on all upcoming hiring events, visit the T-Mobile Careers Facebook page.
Comcast Brings Faster Internet Speeds Over Wi-Fi to Augusta Area
AUGUSTA, Georgia – Comcast this week announced a multi-million dollar upgrade that the company says will bring “the fastest internet speeds available over Wi-Fi” to residents and businesses in Augusta.
The upgrade begins immediately as part of a nationwide rollout that began in February 2021.
Wi-Fi technology can provide up to 1.2 gigabits per second.
Three new levels of high-speed internet service are now available to residents and businesses in parts of Augusta, with availability for around half of the market by the end of 2021. Most residents and businesses will be upgraded. upgraded by the end of 2022.
The new Internet service options are Xfinity Extreme (400 Mbps), Extreme Pro (800 Mbps) and Gig (1.2 Gbps).
New and current customers can visit www.Xfinity.com to learn more. Small and medium-sized businesses can visit www.business.comcast.com.
Aiken designer chosen for the 2021 Air Force One team at the Seattle museum
AIKEN – Aiken auto retailer Chris Williams of East Coast Custom Detailing has been shortlisted for the Air Force One 2021 retail team at the Seattle Museum of Flight, which takes place this week.
After two years, and thanks to a benefactor, master automotive and aeronautical designer Renny Doyle of Detailing Success will return to the Museum of Flight this year with a smaller but more streamlined team of Air Force One retailers to continue the preservation of the first Presidential Air jet. Force One on display at the museum. Also on the agenda is the equally historic WWII B-29 Super Fortress Bomber.
Williams and other team members are successful retail business owners who pay their own way to Seattle and donate their time and skills to the project.
“I chose Chris for the AFO team because he brings skills, experience and a commitment to the art of detailing to the project,” said Doyle. “These are invaluable vintage airplanes and there is no room for mistakes. I trust Chris for perfection and look forward to having him on the team this year.
The first known presidential jet was a flying oval office for four US presidents, including Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. The Boeing 707-120 also entertained many international VIPs such as Nikita Khrushchev and Henry Kissinger.
KAMO to open a new showroom in Aiken
AIKEN, SC – KAMO Facility Solutions and Supplies will open its second showroom in Aiken.
A grand opening will take place on July 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a ribbon cutting at noon by the Aiken and Metro chambers of commerce.
This new location will be a smaller hub compared to the main showroom and warehouse in Augusta, but will offer all of the same product lines.
Harris Weinstein, President of KAMO, said, “Now is a good time to establish a location in Aiken as there are no other janitorial supplies company in the area to serve our current and new customers. Customers will also be able to drop off equipment requiring repair or service, so they don’t have to travel to Augusta.
The showroom will be at 550 Silverbluff Road. Suite 500.
This Aiken KAMO showroom will be managed by Lori Perry, who recently moved to the Macon area.
Georgia Power Foundation donates to Georgia Justice Project
ATLANTA – Georgia Power recently announced a $ 500,000 investment from the Georgia Power Foundation in the Georgia Justice Project.
The funding will help remove barriers to employment and housing and open up other opportunities for those with backgrounds and working to be productive citizens, according to a press release from the company.
“We are proud to support this initiative that will help citizens work hard to be self-reliant,” said Mike Anderson, senior vice president of Georgia Power and president and CEO of the Georgia Power Foundation.
The efforts support the expansion of direct service programs, including the implementation of Georgia’s new “erasure law”, Senate Bill 288, which was passed unanimously by Georgia. House and the Senate.
This new law extends access to the restriction and sealing of the criminal record.
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