Command Center, a nationwide provider of on-demand and temporary staffing solutions, today reported significant increases in its November and year-to-date 2012 revenues.
Revenue for the four-week reporting period of November 2012 increased 38 percent to $8.34, as compared to revenue of $6.05 million for the comparable period of 2011.
Year-to-date, Command Center has recorded revenue of $89.53 million, an increase of 19 percent, as compared to $75.06 million in revenues reported for the comparable year-ago period.
Command Center attributes its sales growth to the opening of seven stores in the course of a year, which now stand at 59 company-owned stores vs. 52 stores one year ago.
Revenues were also strengthened by the company’s disaster relief activities in New York and New Jersey in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Command Center said it continues to be actively involved in assisting the areas’ recovery efforts by dispatching between 200-500 workers each day, for six or seven days every week.
During the month of November, Command Center also opened a new branch office, the second in the Phoenix area, which allows the company to focus primarily on placing personnel in the construction trades.
“Expansion over the past year into new areas like disaster relief has provided the catalyst for greater stability in our revenue growth, particularly coming into the current quarter. And the opening of the new Phoenix construction trades office points to our continued focus on identifying and taking advantage of niche market opportunities,” Command Center’s chairman and CEO, Glenn Welstad stated in the press release. “We look forward to strong fourth quarter results and a record year in 2013.”
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