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12/14/2011

Fort Worth direct marketing facility to close

DGI Services will close its Fort Worth facility on North Riverside Drive as part of an overall shutdown of the New Jersey-based direct marketing company. In a filing with the Texas workforce Commission, the company cited "industrial sabotage" at its headquarters for the loss of equipment and data, "as well as our recent loss of clients" as the reasons for its sudden closing. DGI did not disclose how many people work at the Fort Worth facility, but nearly 600 jobs are affected companywide.

-- Jim Fuquay 

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Bummer for them. I'm sad to say it, but direct marketing is going the way of the dodo bird. On its way out, bye bye!

the Texas workforce Commission, the company cited "industrial sabotage" at its headquarters for the loss of equipment and data, "as well as our recent loss of clients" as the reasons for its sudden closing.

From jersey-industrial sabotage? The owner requested the plant closed the day this happened. Convenient huh? Plant runs 24/7 yet per owner request, one day requested a closing and sabotage happens. Right ok. Too bad the FBI and police will never put 2 and 2 together. All these people with no severence due to the negation of the Warn Act on behalf of Mr.Topolinski's fradulent sabotage.

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