Verengo Solar Expands Call Center Operations to Phoenix; Will Hold Job Fair Saturday, July 14th

Tue Jul 10, 2012 9:01am EDT

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  PHOENIX, AZ and TORRANCE, CA, Jul 10 (Marketwire) -- 
Verengo Solar, the nation's second leading solar installer, today
announced the company has moved its Call Center operation from Mesa to
Phoenix, citing a need for more space.

    "The move is both strategic and economic, considering our current
aggressive hiring rate," said Dave Schotz, VP Call Center Operations for
Verengo. "The new Phoenix call center is four times larger than our
previous center, and its location offers us a larger talent pool, in
addition to reducing the commuting time and costs for the majority of our
current employees."

    "Verengo plans to ramp up our hiring in the near future as the company
expands to new regions and the cost of residential solar continues to
drop," Schotz added. "In addition to sales, the call center employees
will provide customer service, lead generation and company dispatch." 

    "We plan on creating 100 new jobs here this year, building on the 150
plus employees we already have in Arizona," said Verengo CEO and
Co-Founder Randy Bishop. "Our growth is creating lots of new jobs, and
also creating opportunities for advancement for existing team members. It
is an exciting time!" 

    Verengo Solar plans on holding an on-site job fair on July 14th, 2012
from 10am-3pm. 

    Anyone interested in finding out more about working for Verengo Solar is
invited to visit 

    About Verengo 

    VERENGO SOLAR is changing the way America thinks about solar! As the #1
residential solar integrator in California, Verengo offers comprehensive
financial options and superior customer service, and consistently earns
an A+ with the Better Business Bureau. Verengo has reduced carbon
emissions through its solar power systems, accomplishing the equivalent
of planting 192,000 acres of trees, taking more than 76,000 cars off the
road and saving homeowners $160 million in energy costs over the lifetime
of Verengo's installed systems to date. For more information on Verengo
Solar, please visit 


David Thoreau
Verengo PR Manager

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