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ProVest opens office in N.J.

Expands footprint to 15 nationwide locations

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ProVest announced the opening of its newest office in Verona, N.J., due to its growing customer base and increased service volume demands.

The new office is a natural extension of the process service manager's presence in the Northeast, expanding the company’s footprint to 15 offices nationwide.  

"We are excited to have a permanent position in this location," said Vic Draper, ProVest’s executive vice president.

"The Verona office will allow us to build upon our Northeast client base, as well as serve the needs of our process server network," Draper noted.

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