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JobLoft.com Strengthens Local Market Candidate Reach Through RegionalHelpWanted.com Acquisition
Date:2/13/2008

TORONTO, Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- JobLoft.com, a leading online job board that lists retail, food services and hospitality postings based on geographic proximity, announced today the expansion of its reach to local regional candidates through the acquisition of RegionalHelpWanted.com by its parent company, onTargetjobs. With the inclusion of RegionalHelpWanted.com's network of over 350 geographically focused Internet job boards, JobLoft.com now offers its niche industry organizations an improved value proposition to reach local candidates.

JobLoft.com attracts a loyal community of retail, food service and hospitality professionals. Leveraging RegionalHelpWanted's next wave of advertising opportunities through geo-specific Web portals reinforced with local radio advertising, businesses can now target a growing network of candidates on both an industry and regional level.

"We are pleased to announce the acquisition of RegionalHelpWanted.com, as it helps to deliver with increased precision qualified candidates to businesses of all sizes," said Allen Paschal, CEO of onTargetjobs, the parent company of JobLoft.com. "As the effectiveness and popularity of niche Internet communities and employment sites grow to rival the larger horizontal job boards, the addition of RegionalHelpWanted.com's geo-targeted audience diversifies and strengthens the value proposition to our existing industry- focused client base."

About JobLoft.com

JobLoft.com is an online job board that lists retail, food services and hospitality postings based on geographic proximity. By entering a Canadian postal code, users can view nearby job postings using Google Maps software. For additional information about JobLoft.com, please visit our Web site, http://www.jobloft.com.

About onTargetjobs

onTargetjobs (http://www.ontargetjobs.com) is the parent compan
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