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March 11, 2016

King Applauds SaviLinx Announcement of 200 New Jobs at Brunswick Landing Headquarters

Welcomes news as another step forward in redevelopment of former naval air station

BRUNSWICK, ME – Today, U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine) joined with officials from SaviLinx to celebrate the announcement of 200 new jobs at the company’s Brunswick Landing headquarters. Senator King applauded the announcement as another step in the redevelopment of the former Brunswick Naval Air Station.

“These 200 new jobs are great news for the Midcoast region and great news for the Maine economy,” said Senator Angus King. “The hard work of the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority and everyone at Brunswick Landing continues to pay off as more and more businesses plant roots and grow here in the area. SaviLinx is an important part of that redevelopment effort, and I thank them for their continued investment and trust in the hardworking people of Maine.”

SaviLinx, a contact center specializing in technical support services and business processing for other companies, announced today that it will add 200 new jobs that will support a large contract extending SaviLinx’s work for an insurance services provider. That work will include quality monitoring and inbound phone inquiries. SaviLinx chose to locate its headquarters at Brunswick Landing in part because of the access to a secure technological infrastructure and talented pool of local workers.

The start date for new positions at SaviLinx is in May. Interested applicants can learn more here:

Prior to the SaviLinx announcement, Senator King toured the Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program (MCHPP) with Executive Director Karen Parker. MCHPP works to provide hungry people in the Midcoast area with healthy food and improve the quality of their lives. Senator King also joined the 40th Anniversary Celebration at People Plus to recognize the organization for its long history of helping Maine seniors live independent lives.

Later today, Senator King will travel to the University of Maine at Farmington, where he will guest-teach State Senator Tom Saviello’s political science class. The discussion, which will be held at the Lincoln Auditorium in UMF’s Roberts Learning Center, will focus on leadership. Space permitting, the event will be open to other students and community members.


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