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Bet on rural tech jobs pays off with new Alabama HQ for Provalus

BREWTON, Alabama – Provalus, an information technology services firm that seeks to tap talent in underserved communities, has opened a 55,000-square-foot headquarters in Brewton, a small city located in rural South Alabama.

Governor Kay Ivey joined company leaders and local officials at a ceremony this week to mark the official opening of the new Provalus headquarters in Escambia County. She praised the company for its mission of creating 200-plus tech jobs in an unexpected locale.

“The commitment that Provalus has made to our great state is truly going to change lives in Brewton and the surrounding areas,” Governor Ivey said.

“Rural Alabama may not be the first place you’d expect to find jobs in software development and web site design, but Provalus is proving that the talent certainly exists here.”

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