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RMC Events to Hire 500 in Virginia

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RMC Events, Inc.
Press Release

Richmond, VA — Tuesday, April 09, 2013 RMC Events, Virginia's leading event staffing provider, has announced plans to hire an additional 500 staff members this coming Spring and Summer across the Commonwealth. RMC Events was also recently named in the Top 5 Privately Held Richmond companies based on 2012 employment by Richmond BizSense.

Hiring has begun in the Richmond area and will continue through April, then will occur in the Charlottesville and Blacksburg/Roanoke areas in April/May, and finish in the Norfolk/Williamsburg region in May/June.

Training will also be conducted in all four (4) areas between April and August 2013. Interview dates, times, and locations vary by region. Interested individuals may apply on-line at www.RMCEvents.com.

RMC Events cites recent and projected growth across the Commonwealth as the key reason for the hiring surge, according to Dan Schmitt, President of RMC Events. "We're excited about this opportunity to, once again, reach out across the full length of the Commonwealth, and offer this fun, flexible, and exciting job opportunity to the people of Virginia". Schmitt added that "Virginia is a great place to live and work. For the past 14 years, RMC Events has never once been let down by the good people that live and work in the Commonwealth and we intend to further develop our organization right here, at home, in Virginia."

RMC Events currently provides event staffing support services to dozens of collegiate institutions, and over 100 sporting and entertainment venues across the Commonwealth of Virginia. Founded in 199 RMC Events currently employs over 1500 staff members and supports nearly 5,000 events per year.

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