Connie Harvey, left, Xerox Corp. vice president and chief operating officer, and Gov. Steve Beshear attended the grand opening of the KyNect contact center.
Connie Harvey, left, Xerox Corp. vice president and chief operating officer, and Gov. Steve Beshear attended the grand opening of the KyNect contact center. Herald-Leader
Connie Harvey, left, Xerox Corp. vice president and chief operating officer, and Gov. Steve Beshear attended the grand opening of the KyNect contact center. Herald-Leader

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