Cellular Sales opens new Verizon store in Kent

Outlet looking to hire employees

  • Monday, November 4, 2019 11:43am
  • Business

Cellular Sales, one of the country’s largest Verizon Wireless retailers, has expanded in Washington state with a new store in Kent.

The store, at 10120 SE 256th St., near Kent-Meridian High School, welcomed its first customers in October and is hiring employees within the Kent community.

The store is starting with 10 team members, but will add around eight new employees throughout the next year, according to a company news release.

New employees train with senior sales representatives for four to six weeks.

Those interested in applying for jobs at the new Kent location may contact Cellular Sales recruiter Miranda Klahn at 503-983-4606 or Miranda.Klahn@cellularsales.com.


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