Lofton Staffing & Security Services announces new Branch Manager

May 24, 2011

Lofton Corporation, May 24, 2011:  Lofton Staffing & Security Services is proud to announce the appointment of Debbie Templeton as Branch Manager of the Lofton location in Houston, Texas.  Debbie has over 23 years experience in the staffing industry.    She started her career in staffing in Florida as the receptionist at a small legal staffing firm and grew to love the industry as she moved up the ranks.  While in Florida, Debbie was afforded the opportunity to work with the Florida Staffing Association, where she was able to plan and coordinate their annual convention held in Orlando.  Upon moving back to Texas 17 years ago, Debbie continued her career in staffing and worked with a Texas owned and operated company, as well as a national temporary staffing company.  Her vast experience in staffing and operations gives Debbie the insight in growing new business and providing Lofton’s clients with superior service.

In her new role, Debbie will have the opportunity to grow Lofton’s Houston operations through innovative staffing and security solutions.  "Debbie is a valued asset to Lofton.  We see her as an integral part of our continued growth in Houston and overall development as a company,”  says Bret Lofton, Co-President of Lofton Staffing & Security Services.  "Debbie’s ability to build and maintain strong relationships is one of the reasons she has been a success in the staffing industry.  We look forward to her bringing that same level of commitment to our Lofton clients in the Houston area.”

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