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February 20, 2008

Albany -- A new call center built in Southwest Georgia will provide hundreds of new jobs.

Senior Life Insurance company is opening a location in Albany. They also have one in Thomasville.

So far over 130 employees have been training and working at the call center since January.

Thursday afternoon Senior Life will hold its grand opening.

"This has been an incredibly strong partnership between the city and the county and the chamber and the Economic Development Center and the great folks of Senior Life to make this major investment in our community," said Albany Chamber of Commerce President, Tim Martin.

"They already have 130 to 135 employees and they are looking at growing beyond that."

Senior Life is projected to create 300 more jobs during the next four years.

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