James Schafer, an employee for a moving company, clears one of the two AT&T call centers of its furniture on Monday, which was the last day of work for the more than 400 employees in Atwater.
James Schafer, an employee for a moving company, clears one of the two AT&T call centers of its furniture on Monday, which was the last day of work for the more than 400 employees in Atwater. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
James Schafer, an employee for a moving company, clears one of the two AT&T call centers of its furniture on Monday, which was the last day of work for the more than 400 employees in Atwater. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

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