LAS VEGAS -- A tech company is setting up shop in northwest Las Vegas and and hiring 400 people. Asurion held it's official grand opening Thursday in Centennial Hills.
Asurion's new center will provide support services for everything from cell phones to gaming devices for AT&T, Verizon and Sprint and the company is looking to hire tech-savvy, customer-oriented people.
Mayor Carolyn Goodman and several city council members took part in the ribbon cutting for the new center.
"I think the reality is for all of us who have any type of technological equipment, you want to get a human being that understands and is able to go ahead and follow up and give you the advice," Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman.
The company has hired 100 people since Oct. 1, but 400 more are needed.