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HENRICO, VA (WWBT) -

Minacs, the company opening a new call center in Henrico, held it's grand opening today.

Minacs is an international outsourcing company that's opening a call center for a high-tech, Fortune 100 company that it hasn't named yet.

They're investing $2.5 million and hiring 250 people, then up to 500 over the next few years.

Said Minacs Chief Delivery Officer Keith Callahan, "Every other week we'll have a training class start. There's 4 weeks of training and then they hit production, so we'll be continuing to roll until we hit the 250 + mark.  Then we'll get into the Christmas rush and we'll be up 300 hopefully by the end of the year."

Minacs is renting the third floor of the former Circuit City headquarters, which Allianz Global assistance has turned into the Allianz building.

People who want to apply for the call center jobs can apply through the Minacs website: http://www.minacs.adityabirla.com/. Just click on Careers.

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