Tennis Anyone? South Florida Tennis Great Heading to Helsinki, FinlandJune 01, 2016
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CONTACT: Celina Klee
Labor Finders International, Inc.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL- South Florida is home or a seasonal home to some of the top celebrities in the world: Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, Jack Nicklaus, Rory McIlroy, Alex "A-Rod" Rodriguez, Bill Gates, Bruce Springsteen, Chris Evert, Serena and Venus Williams…yes a pattern is now forming. Please add to the list Jeffrey Burnett. Jeff's "day job" is President and CEO of Labor Finders International. Founded in West Palm Beach, Florida back in 1975, Labor Finders is the country's oldest and largest privately held industrial labor staffing company in the United States. When Jeff is not running Labor Finders he can be found over-powering his opponents on tennis courts throughout the country. Now, because of his countless hours of hard work and dedication Jeff has been asked to represent the United States in the upcoming Fred Perry Cup in Helsinki, Finland.
"It is a complete honor to be selected to play on the United States National Team in the World Team Championships in June 2016 in Helsinki, Finland. We have a great team with lots of experience and I believe in our chances to do real well this year. It is beginning to feel like the US Davis Cup or Olympics for senior tennis. I am thrilled to be a part of the experience and to contribute to winning matches," said North Palm Beach, Florida resident Jeff Burnett.
The prestigious 2016 International Tennis Federation (ITF) Seniors World Team Championships will be held June 19-24 in Helsinki, Finland. The main venue for the Fred Perry Cup will be at the world-renown Tali Tennis Center, the biggest indoor center in Europe.
Jeffrey Burnett has served as chairman and treasurer of the American Staffing Association, chaired numerous ASA committees, and has appeared on CNN and Fox News along with thousands of articles regarding employment and the economy. Mr. Burnett's company, Labor Finders serves more than 200,000 customers, placing around 20,000 workers each day.
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