Dollar General Awards Recruitment Communications Account to Shaker Recruitment Advertising & Communications.

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Dollar General, the nation’s largest small-format retail discounter, with more than 8,400 locations in 35 states, has awarded its recruitment communications account to Shaker Recruitment Advertising & Communications (Shaker). Announcing plans to create approximately 5,000 new jobs in 2010, the rapidly growing retailer expects to open 600 new stores during the next 12 months.

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“Everyone in the agency is truly excited to partner with Dollar General to support their recruitment and retention objectives during their tremendous time of growth,” said Shaker.

“Dollar General’s growth is quite an achievement considering the challenging economic climate,” remarked Joseph G. Shaker, Shaker’s president and CEO. “We are tremendously pleased and honored to receive this opportunity.”

With a mission to improve lives through service to others, including customers, employees, communities, and the world, Dollar General is hiring individuals who share their passion to work in stores, store operations, distribution centers, and corporate headquarters.

“Everyone in the agency is truly excited to partner with Dollar General to support their recruitment and retention objectives during their tremendous time of growth,” said Shaker. “We are dedicated to exceeding the expectations of this terrific new client in every way possible.”

Dollar General began running a Shaker-created ad campaign earlier this month and plans to continue its hiring push throughout the year.

About Shaker Recruitment Advertising & Communications
Shaker Recruitment Advertising & Communications helps organizations realize their business objectives
by connecting them with top talent through employer branding, employee and candidate
communications, interactive media solutions, campaign development, collateral materials and metrics. Shaker is headquartered outside Chicago. http://www.shaker.com

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