Kirksville Center Celebrates Dispatch Training Kick-off with Ribbon Cutting
CRC President and CEO Brad Fjelsta takes on ribbon-cutting duties at the September 28 celebration. Kirksville Center employees along with a number of CRC’s employees from its other three centers were in attendance to support the event.

CRC recently celebrated another big milestone with the addition of dispatching services at its Kirksville, Missouri, site.

On Thursday, September 28, CRC, along with the Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce and other local business representatives, featured a ribbon cutting at the center to kick off dispatch training. From September 17 to October 7, 16 employees from CRC’s Austin, Dunlap, and Abilene centers traveled to Kirksville to assist with training dispatching to eight Kirksville Center employees. Once trained, the new Missouri dispatchers will work with dispatch teams at CRC’s other sites.

“CRC is so pleased to offer this new role at our Kirksville office,” said Brad Fjelsta, CRC’s president and CEO. “After only 18 months since its opening, the Kirksville Center is thriving thanks to the dedication and hard work of our team here. This new career opportunity will have a positive impact on our members and will offer our employees more chances at career growth. We look forward to welcoming more talented employees from the area to help serve our membership.”

Other ribbon-cutting attendees spoke highly of having CRC in the Kirksville community including CRC Contact Center Manager Kristy Mueske, Marie Murphree, executive director of the Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce, and CRC Board Director Mike Scheib, CEO/general manager at Tri-County Electric Cooperative in Lancaster, Missouri.

Congratulations to CRC and its employees for reaching this important milestone at CRC’s Kirksville Center!

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