Reno, Nev. – In remembrance of Thanksgiving, Express Employment Professionals, an established staffing agency in Reno, NV, ran a social media campaign to help spread the spirit of thanks.
Through the "#Whatareyouthankfulfor?" social media campaign, Express kindly reached out to its staff members, associates, and clients to find out what they were thankful for during this holiday season. The team's goal was to stimulate online engagement by showcasing personal photos, holiday graphics, and kind quotes on its digital platforms.
Express had a variety of ways to show how truly thankful it was for the contributions made by the hard workers and great businesses in the community. Social media just happened to be one of the greatest tools to reveal that gratitude for the employment agency in Reno, NV.
Express Reno Managing Partner Michele Davies said, "We want to thank our dedicated staff, appreciative clients, and hardworking associates for helping make our Express office a go-to place for employment opportunities and solutions."
The Reno Express office is located at 3973 S McCarran Blvd, Reno, NV 89502 and serves the Reno, Sparks, Spanish Springs, Carson City, and Fernley areas. Local businesses and applicants are encouraged to stop by, visit www.expresspros.com/RenoNV, or call (775) 826-4442.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
Locally owned and operated, Express Employment Professionals in Reno, NV is a Full-Service Staffing Agency that continually exceed expectations by providing services to companies in our community while also helping job seekers find employment.
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