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ConServe opens new facility in Erie County

Continental Service Group Inc. is opening a 25,000-square-foot facility in Cheektowaga, the Perinton-based firm’s latest expansion into the Buffalo-Niagara region. It is expected to create 100 jobs there.

The accounts receivable management and recovery solutions company, which does business as ConServe, on Thursday unveiled its new communications center, a 250-seat facility.
ConServe ranked No. 3 on the 2014 Rochester Top 100 list of the fastest-growing privately held companies. It listed some 600 employees, including nearly 500 in the Rochester area.

ConServe first moved into the Buffalo region in 2009, employing more than 100 people at its former location in the town of Lancaster.

“We selected the Cheektowaga site for our new communication center due to Buffalo’s extensive pool of talented, solution-oriented professionals and a booming local economy," President Mark Davitt said. "This move exemplifies our continued growth and success and we are thrilled to inaugurate our 30th anniversary year by introducing our new office.”
The Erie County Industrial Development Agency approved $122,500 in sales tax savings for the purchase of equipment for the company’s expanded operating space. The average wage of the 100 new jobs that will be created will be approximately $50,000 per year, including performance incentives, company officials noted.

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