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South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley on Hand to Open STARTEK Myrtle Beach Site

October 27, 2014

October 13, 2014, Conway, S.C. –  Leadership of Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development (MBREDC) today hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for STARTEK Inc., a customer support center located in Myrtle Beach, S.C. South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, as well as county representatives and the project’s partners were in attendance to formally welcome STARTEK to Horry County and address the significance of a company of this size and scope with more than 615 jobs and an annual economic impact of more than $45 million selecting the area for expansion.

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