Labor SMART, Inc. (OTCQB: LTNC) (the "Company"), an emerging provider of on-demand blue collar staffing primarily in the southeastern United States, today announced it opened seven new offices in the past two weeks. Located in Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Alabama, the new offices are in addition to seven others opened earlier this year, bringing Labor SMART's total presence to 29 offices in the US.
Ryan Schadel, Labor SMART's CEO, stated, "Our goal was to get these offices up and running before we enter our busiest months of the year. The importance of this is highlighted in the fact that four out of these seven offices had revenue in the first week of operation due to our ever growing list of clients we service across multiple offices and states."
Labor SMART has been implementing its strategy of organic growth, new offices and acquisitions, which has resulted in consistent revenue growth month over month. The company believes it remains on track to achieve $30,000,000 in total revenue in 2014 and expects to revise up its previous guidance on gross margins.
Labor SMART, Inc. provides On-Demand temporary labor to a variety of industries. The Company's clients range from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies. Labor SMART was founded to provide reliable, dependable and flexible resources for on-demand personnel to small and large businesses in areas that include construction, manufacturing, hospitality, event-staffing, restoration, warehousing, retailing, disaster relief and cleanup, demolition and landscaping. Labor SMART believes it can make a positive contribution each and every day for the benefit of its clients and temporary employees. The Company's mission is to be the provider of choice to its growing portfolio of customers with a service-focused approach that enables Labor SMART to be seen as a resource and partner to its clients.
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