Buffett’s Geico to Open Service Center in Lenexa, Kansas, Create 500 Jobs


Business icon Warren Buffett plans to open a new Geico Insurance service center that will bring 500 jobs to Lenexa, Kansas.

Kansas City Area Development Council said in a news release that the center was opened in August and added 500 jobs in five years and started with sales and customer service professionals for GEICO Insurance Agency.

Geico is owned by Buffett’s company Berkshire Hathaway. The development council said that Geico invested about $ 10 million in a Lenexa office building in the center.

Tim Cowden, chairman and CEO of the development council, told Kansas City Star that Geico’s announcement of the biggest job creation in Kansas City was at least a year.

The Kansas City Area Development Council serves 18 states, two states and Kansas City, by marketing business and lifestyle assets in the region to companies all over the world.

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