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Four Companies Relocate to Reno


image-3974685-1211276Four companies have relocated to Reno and are expected to create up to 55 jobs.

“These four new companies are small individually but collectively, they create 55 new jobs to the region and provide an array of diverse opportunities to job seekers in the area,” said Mike Kazmierski, president and CEO, EDAWN. “It is no surprise that these distribution and manufacturing companies are finding the Reno-Sparks area as the best place to be for operations in the West.”

Meri Meri, which distributes party supplies, is opening a distribution center, expecting to hire 10 employees. The company is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay. Information: www.merimeri.com.

Indy Hanger, a manufacturer “no rust” galvanized hangers, expects to hire 20 employees. Visit www.indyhanger.com.

eTailer offers online sales of ice creams, gelatos and sorbets and is hiring up to 15 employees. Information: www.icecreamsource.com.

Southern Prosthetic Supply is the world’s largest distributor of orthotic and prosthetic supplies, according to EDAWN, and stocks more than 330,000 products. They plan to hire up to 10 new employees. Get information at www.spsco.com.

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