Congressman Goodlatte hosts Sept. 16 job fair

bob-goodlatte-afp2DETAILS: Rep. Bob Goodlatte will host a Valley Job Fair on September 16 at Augusta Expo in Fishersville. Any residents of the 6th seeking employment are invited to attend this event. Many local businesses will be on hand to meet with job seekers. No pre-registration is necessary for job seekers. Parking will be available.

DATE: September 16, 2013



Augusta Expo 277 Expo Rd. Fishersville, VA 22939

2013 Job Participants

1.      McKee Foods
2.      Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation
3.      CMC Howell Metal
4.      Lowe’s
5.      The Omni Homestead
6.      Augusta Correctional Center
7.      Primerica Financial Services
8.      The Home Depot
9.      Waynesboro Area Learning Tree
10.    Goodwill Industries of the Valleys
11.     Augusta Nursing & Rehab Center
12.     Envoy of Staunton
13.    VerStandig Broadcasting
14.     Beam Brothers Trucking Inc.
15.     Kelly Services
16.     VA Job Connections
17.     Wal-Mart Logistics
18.     Chick-fil-A, Harrisonburg
19.     The Bradford Company
20.     Summit Square Retirement
21.     Best Buy, Harrisonburg store
22.      Eddie Edwards Signs
23.     Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
24.     National College
25.     Shentel
26.     Virginia Employment Commission
27.     Blue Ridge Community College
28.     Home Instead Senior Care
29.     Carilion Clinic
30.     Best Buy, Distribution Center Staunton
31.     University of VA Medical Center
32.     Ply Gem Window Group
33.     Wintergreen Resort
34.     Cadence, Inc
35.     Hershey
36.     Adams & Garth Staffing and Executive Search
37.     Tenneco
38.     Augusta Health
39.     Sheetz, Fishersville store
40.     American General Life Insurance Co.
41.     Augusta Aquatics
42.     Air Force
43.     National Guard
44.     Army
45.     Navy
46.     Cargill
47.     Fisher Auto Parts
48.     Adecco
49.     Mary Baldwin College
50.     Virginia Wounded Warriors Program


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