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Citi Trends to create 250 jobs in Sequoyah County
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Jun '10
An urban apparel and garment retailer, Citi Trends, has declared that it intends to launch a distribution centre in Roland. With the new of this firm planning to employ 250 labourers, Sequoyah County residents give out a sigh of relief, as in just recently, they had witnessed hundreds of layoffs and unemployment in the country had touched double digits.

Citi intends to move in to a 425,000 square foot building that was once owned by To Therma-Tru. Citi will deliver apparels and garments to 400 of its stores across the county, including Tulsa and Little Rock.

As per Jeff Roberts, Chairman, Roland Economic Development Committee, once they receive the goods, they will be broken down and prepared for shipments to their varied stores.

Owing to adverse impacts of the world economic downturn on the community, Roberts avers that, Citi Trends will aid in encouraging economic opportunities across the region.

Although, the firm is unaware about the impact of economic downturn on the region's economics, he and the firm are excited, with respect to the, help they will be providing by generating 200 plus jobs and giving out more than $5 million in the form of wages.

Currently, Citi is working engineers and no set date has been announced for setting up of the applications and the hiring process, informed the Roland Chamber of Commerce.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk - India

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