DALLAS–Following the 2014 trend, Omnitracsannounced plans to move its headquarters from California to Texas.The company, which provides fleet management solutions to thetrucking industry, will move from San Diego toDallas, creating 450 jobs and $10 million incapital investments.

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"Our new headquarters in downtown Dallas will situate us muchcloser to many of our fleet customers and provides convenientaccess by air to virtually all of our clients,” says JohnGraham, CEO of Omnitracs, in a statement. “This is anexciting time in the evolution of our growing business and we lookforward to the many opportunities associated with this newlocation."

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The move was made possible by a $3.9 million TexasEnterprise Fund investment. To date TEF has investedroughly $560 million to help create 74,800 jobs and more than $24billion in capital investments.

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Further details on Omnitracs' move have not yet been madepublic. This announcement follows on the heels of ACTIVE Network's announcement that theSan Diego-based company will be moving its globalheadquarters to Dallas as well as Toyota Financial Services'plans to move its corporate headquarters from Torrance, CA, toPlano, TX, beginning in 2017.

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"Employers of all sizes and from all industries know that Texas'model of low taxes, smart regulations, fair courts and skilledworkforce provide the best chance for their success now and wellinto the future," says Governor Rick Perry."Omnitracs is the latest employer to call Dallas home, creatinghundreds of jobs in the area and pumping millions in capital intothe local economy."

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