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Telecom firm moves to new headquarters

Rochester Business Journal
June 28, 2013

Finger Lakes Technologies Group Inc. has moved into its new headquarters.

The company becomes the first tenant in the new Lehigh Crossing Business Park in Ontario County, in the hamlet of Fishers. FLTG’s previous headquarters was on Framark Drive in Victor. The new headquarters is a 22,500-square-foot facility.

The new headquarters features advanced audio-visual capabilities, a training center, cafe, a wellness center and an outside patio area for some 75 employees.

“Our entire company is excited about moving into our new headquarters,” said Paul Griswold, president and CEO, in statement. “With this new facility, we are poised to take advantage of new business growth, while remaining located in the Finger Lakes region we have served for more than 100 years.”

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