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Go Daddy opens new facility, looking to fill jobs

HIAWATHA (KWWL) -- Go Daddy President and COO Warren Adelman and Iowa Lt. Governor Patty Judge "cut the ribbon" and provided a facility tour Thursday afternoon in Hiawatha. The Internet giant boasts industry-best support for its more than eight million customers worldwide -- all of whom are served from U.S.-based customer care centers.

Go Daddy expanded in Hiawatha to keep up with the company's tremendous growth, saying it wants to leverage Iowa's employment pool made up of hard-working people who love technology. Go Daddy is looking to fill 60 positions immediately and expects to hire up to 150 more over the next year. 

Lt. Governor Patty Judge pointed out Go Daddy is now eastern Iowa's largest Internet company. "We know we are welcoming a true giant in Go Daddy," Judge said. "We love how Go Daddy hires locally, trains and takes good care of its people while promoting them up through the ranks. It's good old-fashioned American business."

Online Producer: Jason Mortvedt

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