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(KSL News) Carbon and Emery counties will soon see 100 new jobs in the area thanks to Sorenson Communications.
Today, the company announced the building of a new SIP-relay communication center in Price.
Sorenson is known for providing a free service to the deaf and hard-of-hearing community, allowing them to use a computer or mobile device to contact hearing individuals.
Joe Piccolo, mayor of Price, says, "From my point of view, we are tremendously excited to have Sorenson Corporation choose Price City. They're someone who will employ a hundred or more employees, and that's a significant increase in our employment base, and we are excited to add Sorenson to our business family.
Soreneson chose Price as the new location because of the amount of students in the area and for the strong sense of community.
The call center will begin operating at the first of the year.