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AAA Holding Job Fair for New OKC Service Center

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The AAA is to hold a job fair to hire workers for a service center the organization is opening in Oklahoma City.

The event is set for 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the center in northwest Oklahoma City.

AAA says it is looking for people to work in insurance service and that it needs people fluent in Spanish. People attending should bring resumes.

AAA Oklahoma spokesman Chuck Mai says the center will employ 820 people when it is at full strength.

The 147,000-square-foot building is a contact center assisting several million AAA members in a multi-state region, including Oklahoma.

The AAA Operations Center located at 3100 Quail Springs Parkway. People who can't attend can also apply online.

 

Online: www.aaa4insurance.com

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