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West adding 100 jobs at Middleton location

West, a provider of technology-driven communication services, on Nov. 14 announced the expansion of its Middleton office and the addition of 100 full-time positions before the end of the year.  West hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Wisconsin Trade Center Building, 8401 Greenway Boulevard with Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Middleton Mayor Kurt Sonnentag, and Middleton Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Vann Nutt in attendance.

“As a company that provides sales and customer service support to industry leaders in financial and health care sectors, West Corporation had a choice.  I’m thrilled they chose to expand here in Wisconsin,” Governor Scott Walker said in a West Corporation press release.  “It is our goal to clear the way for companies like West Corporation to build their businesses, which will bring more than 100 full-time positions to the Middleton area.”

West is expanding by 100 full-time Sales Associates and Account Management positions.

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Gaming Café Goes Out of Business

Traveler’s Hearth Café and Games has closed its doors just a few months after opening for business.

Jim Mirkes and his son, Tim Mirkes, ran the gaming coffee house together at 2831 Parmenter Street. On Nov. 26, the management posted a message on the Traveler’s Hearth Facebook page confirming the closure.

“It is with a heavy heart that we must announce that [we] have permanently closed the doors of Traveler’s Hearth Café & Games,” the message stated. “We are working to keep our absence from being a permanent one, but for the time being, we cannot continue operation[s]. It is our dearest hope that we may be able to return to the Madison area in the future and continue to provide a venue for great coffee, great games, and great friends.”

The site was formerly the Blue Spoon.

 

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