Dollar General relocates to Crestline
CRESTLINE — Dollar General announced its new store at 917 Lincoln Highway in Crestline is open. The recently-relocated and updated DG Market store format plans to provide residents with an updated layout and new offerings including an expanded selection of fresh meats, fruits and vegetables, as well as the same categories, brands and products customers trust Dollar General to carry.
Normal hours of operation may be found through the Dollar General app.
Individuals interested in joining the DG team may review available positions and apply online at dollargeneral.com/careers.
The Crestline store provides the opportunity for schools, nonprofit organizations and libraries within a 15-mile radius to apply for Dollar General Literacy Foundation grants. Since its inception in 1993, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded more than $203 million in grants to nonprofit organizations. For more information about the Dollar General Literacy Foundation and its grant programs, visit dgliteracy.com.
T-Mobile Home Internet now available in Mansfield
BELLEVUE, WASH. — T-Mobile announced its fixed wireless home internet service is now available in 10 new towns and cities across Ohio, including Mansfield. More than a third of Ohio homes with access to T-Mobile Home Internet are in small towns and rural areas.
Cost of the service is $50 per month with autopay. T-Mobile says there are no added taxes or fees, no equipment costs, no annual contracts and no data caps. For a limited time, new Home Internet customers get a $50 virtual prepaid card.
For more information, go to t-mobile.com.
David Rentzel joins Civista Bank
SHELBY — Civista Bank has introduced David Rentzel as a mortgage manager. Rentzel is based out of Civista’s Shelby office, located at 156 Mansfield Ave.
He brings more than 17 years of experience in the banking and mortgage industries to the Civista mortgage lending team. Rentzel is active with Abundant Life Church and resides in Mansfield with his wife and three children.
Spherion Staffing awards local prize as part of its Winter Games campaign
Marlene E., an employee at Spherion Staffing in Mansfield, was awarded a $250 cash prize as part of the office’s innovative hiring and retention campaign, Spherion Winter Games.
The Spherion Winter Games, a six-week campaign that launched on Jan. 31, aims to address pandemic-related workforce challenges and inspire Mansfield’s workforce to seek — and stay — at new career opportunities.
Each week of the campaign, Spherion offices nationwide are awarding employees gold ($500), silver ($250) and bronze ($100) cash prizes for a total of 54 winners throughout the six-week period. Marlene was one of this week’s silver-level prize winners. The campaign will wrap-up on March 11 with the announcement of nine grand prize winners, who will be awarded gold ($5,000), silver ($2,500) and bronze ($1,000) cash prizes.
All Spherion Mansfield employees active on assignment and in good standing earn one entry for each week they work during the campaign. At the end of each week, nine prize winners across Spherion’s nationwide network of local offices are selected to receive cash prizes totaling $15,300. At the close of the campaign, nine grand prize winners will be selected, bringing the campaign’s total cash prize awards to more than $40,000.
Cedar Point hiring 6,500 seasonal associates
SANDUSKY — Cedar Point plans to hire about 6,500 seasonal associates as it prepares to open for the 2022 season. Seasonal associates will earn $15 per hour for most non-tipped positions.
Job opportunities are available in all park operating areas, including bartenders, custodial, food and beverage, guest services, hotel and ride operations, security and skilled trade maintenance.
A complete listing of available seasonal and full-time positions is available at cedarpoint.com/jobs. Potential candidates are invited to apply now, and hiring will continue throughout the spring as Cedar Point approaches its opening day on May 7.