peopleplus ribbon muhlenberGREENVILLE, Ky. (3/14/14) — The staff and management of People Plus Inc. celebrated the opening of their new location Friday, March 14 at 105 East Main Cross in Greenville.

Members of the Greater Muhlenberg Chamber of Commerce along with Greenville City Administrator Ben Van Hooser were on hand to welcome People Plus to Greenville with a ceremonial ribbon cutting.

Sean Mooningham, staffing manager for the People Plus Muhlenberg County operation, told SurfKY News that he loves the new location.

"This is probably the highest traffic area anyone could hope for in the county," Mooningham said. "We have focused much of our attention on finding the perfect employees for light industrial and manufacturing operations. One area we hope to focus on in moving here is an increase in finding potential clerical and office staff employees for our clients. There are a great deal more professional offices in the surrounding area."

Mooningham added that although the Greenville People Plus location focuses on assisting Muhlenberg County employers, the operation also services several businesses in the Ohio County area.

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"Whether employers are looking for top quality employees, or if you are searching for part-time or full-time employment, People Plus offers years of experience and a proven track record in providing staff solutions," Mooningham said.

To find out more about all the services People Plus Inc. has to offer, call (270) 377-0088 or stop by their new office at 105 East Main Cross in Greenville.

Paul McRee
SurfKY News Reporter

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