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Military Job Fair Coming To Hampton Roads Convention Center On July 21

HAMPTON—RecruitMilitary and the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) are teaming up to bring employers to the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton on Thursday, July 21 from 11am to 3pm. The Hampton Roads Convention Center is located at 1610 Coliseum Dr. in Hampton.

More than 70 exhibitors have been confirmed for the event, connecting military veterans and their families with employment opportunities. Some of the featured companies include First Command Financial Services, Disabled American Veterans, Hourigan Construction, Walgreens, Advanced Technology Services, Bank of America, O’Reilly Automotive, and ManTech International Corporation.

Attendees are asked to register before the event on the Job Fair site. The site also includes Event Preparation Resources, Before The Event Checklist, Event Success Tips, Common Questions, and Testimonials from service members who have attended previous events like this.

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