(Thomas Ondrey/The Plain Dealer) comments CLEVELAND, Ohio — A Veterans Career Fair hosted by RecruitMilitary will be held Thursday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Progressive Field . Among those companies attending the upcoming Cleveland event are Carlisle Brake & Friction, Inc., Hyland Software, Inc., McKesson Corporation, PNC Bank, Panther Premium Logistics, The Home Depot, United Parcel Service, Apple American Group, AT&F, Combined Insurance, Cox Enterprises, Farmers Insurance, Heavy Construction Academy, Heavy Equipment College of Georgia, Installed Building Products, Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc., Matterhorn Consulting, MTD Products, Inc., New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, Inc., New York Community Bancorp, Inc., Ohio Christian University, Sears Holding, State Farm Insurance, Veteran Franchise Center and Woodforest National Bank. Interested veterans and military spouses can register free through the RecruitMilitary web site, http://recruitmilitary.com . “RecruitMilitary job fairs maintain a track record of helping veterans find meaningful employment,” said President and CEO Peter Gudmundsson in news release. In April, the RecruitMilitary Cleveland event connected more than 115 veteran job seekers with 40 exhibitors, including Giant Eagle, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Roush Industries, Inc. and Sodexo, Inc. RecruitMilitary has produced veteran job fairs since 2006, and has held 9 events in Cleveland, drawing 1,773 attendees and 244 exhibitors. The company has produced more than 814 events in 65 cities across the country.
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