Command Center announce revenue of $16.40 million for the first quarter ending April 1, 2011
Command Center, Inc. the on-demand and temporary staffing solutions, today announced revenue of $16.40 million for the first quarter ending April 1, 2011, a 38% increase on revenue of $11.90 million recorded in the comparable period of 2010. There were 53 company-owned stores in March, as compared with 50 stores one year ago.
For the five-week reporting period of March 2011, Commands revenue of $7.02 million was up 36% on revenue of $5.15 million in the like year-ago period.
The positive year-over-year sales growth for the first quarter and for March reconfirms the strength of temporary staffing in todays economy as well as Commands ability to grow in what has become a very competitive sector, said Chairman and CEO, Glenn Welstad. I am pleased to report that our core business has also benefited from the return of some larger customers who had become less active with us in the prior two years.
Mr. Welstad said the company is concentrating on expanded sales and marketing efforts at the branch level, continued gains in national accounts business, and the acquisition of other temp companies that are a good fit with Commands mission to deliver exceptional service. Management is focused on all of these areas, and we are confident that the company will continue to gain market share as the year progresses.