PEORIA, Ill. (AP) — A Bloomington-based company plans to close a call center in Peoria and cut about 300 jobs.
Afni Inc. said in a news release Thursday that it will shut down its Peoria call center as early as June 12.
Afni spokeswoman Lori Boyce said the company is closing the center because of a drop in call volume.
The company said it's trying to help employees find jobs with other local businesses.
Afni is a private company with more than 5,000 employees in six states. The Peoria call center opened in 1998.
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