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Sitel Stages Charity Concert for Injured Veterans, Announces 100 New Jobs

Sitel, a leading global customer care provider, today announced a fundraising concert to benefit Wounded Warriors and veteran charities. The Memorial Weekend concert will raise funds and awareness for the needs of injured service members. The free event will include a variety of family activities, and also offer 100 new full-time jobs to the Oak Ridge community.

The festivities kick off on Saturday, May 24 at 5:00 p.m. in Sitel’s lot at 1089 Commerce Park Drive at the Tech 5 Building in Oak Ridge. A number of local country bands will provide the music, followed by headliner Travis Rice at 7:00 p.m. with patriotic songs honoring America’s brave service men and women.

Attendees will enjoy barbecue, hamburgers, hot dogs and other foods, along with face painting and additional fun activities. Sitel will also give away multiple prizes, including:

  • Tickets to Dollywood
  • Beauty Redefined Manicure & Pedicure gift card valued at $350
  • 2 Party Packs from SideSplitters
  • Gift card to Panera
  • Gift cards to McDonald’s
  • Comcast Xfinity water bottles

Sitel also received additional sponsorship support from Basic Resources, McAlisters’ Deli, Doc’s, Food City, Cowperwood Property Management and Five Star Vending.

“Everyone is welcome to this free event honoring our injured veterans. Sitel is committed to giving back to the Oak Ridge community and to saluting the courageous heroes that protect our freedom,” said Oak Ridge Site Director Cassidy Klundt. “We also look forward to meeting new people to join our people-first team of customer care experts.”

As a successful member of the Oak Ridge business community, Sitel is actively expanding its team this summer to accommodate this significant growth. The company provides many career development opportunities and extensive management training programs. Sitel hires almost exclusively from within when new management roles are needed, and many of the company’s top executives started as customer service representatives. Sitel provides an attractive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, 401K, paid vacation and holiday time with lucrative bonus and incentive opportunities.

About Sitel

As caring for customers becomes the differentiator that drives consumer spend, Sitel is advancing its position as a world leader in outsourced customer experience innovation. With over 30 years of industry experience, Sitel’s 56,000 employees support clients with CRM contact center services that provide predictable and measurable Return on their Customer Investment by building customer loyalty, increasing sales and improving efficiency. Sitel’s global solutions include customer acquisition, customer care, technical support and social media programs. Support operations span from home based agents to 110+ domestic, nearshore and offshore centers in 23 countries across North America, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific. Sitel manages client programs on behalf of some of the best known brands in the world in 40 languages. Sitel is privately held and majority owned by Canadian diversified company, Onex Corporation. For more information, please visit www.sitel.com.

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