The Daily Review will be holding a Job Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the Towanda Fire Hall, featuring 32 different businesses.

"We're proud to host such a diverse crowd of businesses," said organizer and Daily Review Advertising Director Aimee O'Connor. "There's such a large variety that includes businesses like Cargill, Bayada Nurses,Citizens & Northern Bank and many, many more.

"This is the first time we're holding something like this," she said, "and we're extremely proud of how it's looking so far."

"We're really looking forward to it," said organizer and Daily Review Classifieds Manager Sue Rought. "It's going to be great for us, the people, and all the businesses involved."

"Whether you're unemployed, underemployed, or just looking around for something new, we encourage everyone to come," said O'Connor. "There's something here for everyone."

Businesses that will be attending the Job Fair are as follows: Cargill, PhysicianCare P.C., Futures, Keystone College, Lackawanna College, Beacon Light, Williams Oil & Propane, Williams Lubricants, Express Employment Professionals, COS Wireless, Empowered Staffing, Citizens & Northern Bank, Bayada Nurses, Highlands Care Center, the Bradford County Manor, Express Energy Services, Tioga Downs, American Food & Vending, Elderwood, Superior Technical Resources, Principal Enterprises, Linde Corporation, CareGivers of America, KZFM, Moppets on Mulberry, Martha Lloyd, BLaST, Allied Services, E. J. Breneman LP, Dandy Mini Mart, Hurley Fresh Market and The Daily Review.

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