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123NET Participates in “Hiring Our Heroes” Event

123NET, Michigan’s largest fixed wireless, voice, and data provider based in Southfield, announced its participation in the 2014 “Hiring Our Heroes” employment workshop. The event at the Southfield Pavilion on July 22 is designed to help veterans and other military job seekers gain employment skills through job interviews and training.

Supporting Veterans in Employment

“Hiring Our Heroes” is a valuable platform for veterans to acquire job skills and for employers to identify qualified candidates. 123NET attended the event to find suitable candidates for various positions within the rapidly growing technology company.

Jim Hart, director of wireless operations and a retired US Army Veteran, said, “We’re always looking for good people. Veterans have experience, training, and skills that can make them valuable team members. Veterans sacrifice much for our country, and they deserve our consideration when there are job opportunities. We have some of those opportunities that we hope to fill with qualified candidates from the Hiring Our Heroes event.”

Encouraging Veterans to Attend

123NET encouraged veterans to attend the free event and visit its booth. The company had several job openings in customer service and technical departments.

The “Hiring Our Heroes” event occurred at the Southfield Pavilion, 26000 Evergreen Rd., Southfield, MI 48076. The employment workshop began at 8:30 am, with the Hiring Fair running from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.


123NET’s participation in the “Hiring Our Heroes” event underscores its commitment to supporting veterans in their employment journey. The company recognizes the valuable skills and experience that veterans bring to the workforce and is keen to provide opportunities for them within its growing organization.

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