Asurion to bring 800 jobs to Nashville with new facility - WKRN News 2

Asurion to bring 800 jobs to Nashville with new facility

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

A leading provider in comprehensive technology solutions and protection plans is opening a location in Nashville, bringing with it hundreds of jobs.

Asurion announced Tuesday they'll be opening their new location at 5720 Crossings Boulevard in Antioch.

The new 122,000 square foot center, expected to open in early 2014, will create 800 job opportunities.

The company specializes in consumer electronics issues.

"Consumers are looking for a single expert source to help resolve issues with their mobile devices and to get the most out of their technology investments.  We are pleased to continue growing our operation in Nashville and providing premier support solutions for our clients and consumers," stated Sue Nokes, Senior Vice President of Customer Solutions, in a release Tuesday.

Asurion is partnering with the state of Tennessee, Davidson County, Tennessee Valley Authority and the Nashville Chamber of Commerce.

"We are grateful to Asurion for making this investment and creating 800 new highly-skilled jobs in Nashville," Governor Bill Haslam stated.

According to the release, including its Grassmere Park global headquarters and the new Crossings facility, Asurion has five offices in Davidson County.

To read more about the company, visit their Web site.

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