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Direct Energy plans closure

Nick Todaronick@ennisdailynews.com

City manager Steve Howerton confirmed today Direct Energy’s Ennis center is planning to shut down in September.

The Ennis call center location employs more than 250 workers.

The closure notice from the company to city officials comes as part of a larger effort to reorganize the company’s statewide holdings.

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Posted by on Apr 27 2012. Filed under Business, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

1 Comment for “Direct Energy plans closure”

  1. Cynthia Glenn

    That’s sad. I’m out of a job too, but it hurts to know that people that I grew to love are now going to hit the hard times that I myself have had to face. 🙁
    I’m praying for the employees who will be losing their jobs @ DE.

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