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ConServe leases additional space in Perinton

Rochester Business Journal
May 21, 2014

Continental Service Group Inc. has leased additional office space at CrossKeys Office Park in Perinton as it continues to add workers.

The debt collection firm, which does business as ConServe, now has 54,000 square feet of space in buildings 200, 250 and 800, company representatives announced Tuesday.

ConServe also has offices in Buffalo, where it leases 12,000 square feet.

“This is an exciting time for ConServe,” said Richard Klein, chief financial officer Richard Klein. “The company is rapidly growing and our goal is to double the size of our staff over the next several years.”

The company ranked 94th on Inc. magazine’s Hire Power Awards list released last fall, having added 145 employees in 18 months for total employment of 513.

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