RESCUECOM Expands Staff at Corporate Headquarters

RESCUECOM Syracuse Office to Double Staff Size

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
September 9, 2004:

Expansion Leads to Job Growth for Syracuse Company

RESCUECOM looks to add 15-20 jobs in coming months

SYRACUSE, NYRESCUECOM, a leading provider of on-site computer services and business solutions, has announced the intention to hire 15 to 20 new employees within the coming months, doubling the size of the current staff. All jobs will be located at the corporate headquarters, positioned in Syracuse, NY.

"Due to our success in franchise sales, we are now in a position to bring on more employees to support our efforts here in the Syracuse office," said David A. Milman, CEO. "With our growth on the up-swing, we are looking to the future and hiring the employees necessary to continue that growth."

Indeed, RESCUECOM has found great success over the past few years. Since selling its initial franchise in Rochester in 1999, the company now boasts 67 franchises nationwide. Well-represented in the cities of the northeast, RESCUECOM also has a substantial presence along the East coast, and a growing number of franchises in the Pacific southwest and throughout California.

While the headquarters in Syracuse has slowly added jobs to keep up with company expansion, recent growth has made such a bold hiring move very necessary.

"Maintaining our expansion is more than simply selling franchises," said Milman. "Each and every employee is an important piece in keeping the company running efficiently - these new employees will be integral in helping our national network of franchises to function at the highest level."

Headquartered in Syracuse, New York, RESCUECOM® is the premiere franchiser in the computer services industry that delivers business and sales resources from the industry's "best of the best" computer technicians and consultants. RESCUECOM's main product, One-Hour On-site Response, delivers a certified technician to the customer within one hour of request and is available nationwide. For more information on either the business or franchising opportunities, visit RESCUECOM's website at www.rescuecom.com.



For More Information, Contact:
Christina Johnson, PR Specialist
(703) 986-3233
cjohnson@rescuecom.com

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