Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman has awarded a $505,000 grant to the city of Columbus to update and expand a call center.
The community development block grant is designed to help Apogee
Retail, LLC buy new software and equipment, and renovate a former
Walmart store where it will operate.
The project is expected to generate 100 new full-time positions.
The total project will cost $1.3 million, which includes a company investment and loan from the city.
Apogee Retail established call center operations in Columbus in
The company currently employees 572 full- and part-time workers, and focuses on hiring people with disabilities.
The nonprofit partners with charities for the scheduling and pick-up of donated clothing and household goods.
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