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      Snapchef Launches First Phase Expansion In Springfield
      Culinary Staffing Leader Plans to Hire Immediately

      Springfield – April 10, 2017— Snapchef, the leading culinary training and staffing company in New England, announced that it has opened its first office in the City of Springfield. The office, located at 174 Worthington Street, will serve as an administrative and hiring center for Snapchef culinary professionals and represents Snapchef’s initial expansion into Western New England. 

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