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Sept 15, 2009
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For Immediate Release
CLEVELAND, OHIO – September 15, 2009 – Advance Payroll continues to grow with the addition of staffing industry veteran Barbara Hammerberg to its sales team as National Sales Manager.
Steve Levy, Senior V.P. Sales & Marketing, says, “We’re thrilled to have Barb on our team. From her start as a staffing ‘gal Friday’ in 1972, to recruiter, branch manager, regional director, and several director roles including marketing and operations for Manpower, her 35-plus years of real-life experience with staffing companies gives her a unique opportunity to connect with our clients in a very real way.”
Ms. Hammerberg is deeply involved in the staffing industry, holding two staffing certifications, CPC, and TSC, and is a past board member of both the American Staffing Association and the National Association of Personnel Services.
According to Ms. Hammerberg, “After holding most every job that exists in staffing firms, I am very excited to bring that expertise to the vendor side of the industry with Advance. I believe that my experience can help staffing firms grow and prosper in partnership with Advance.”
Advance is the leading provider of funding and payroll services to the temporary and contract staffing industry with a single focus; to help staffing firms grow through their integrated funding solutions and excellent services including A/R management, payroll tax administration, invoicing, credit, collections, and insurance benefits.
Information in this release may involve plans, strategies, expectations, beliefs, or intentions regarding the future. These forward-looking statements involve uncertainties and risks. Any and all forward-looking statements included in this release are based upon information available to Advance Payroll Funding, LTD as of the date of the release. We assume no obligation to update any such forward-looking statement. The statements in this release are not guarantees of future performance and actual results could differ materially from our current expectations. Numerous factors could cause or contribute to such differences. These factors include, but are not limited to: changes in market and competition, technological and competitive developments and potential downturns in general economic conditions.
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