Employees arrive at State Farm offices in downtown Tacoma. It was the first day of work for about 300 employees in the former Russell Investments headquarters. State Farm had greeters with umbrellas on the street.
Employees arrive at State Farm offices in downtown Tacoma. It was the first day of work for about 300 employees in the former Russell Investments headquarters. State Farm had greeters with umbrellas on the street. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo, 2013
Employees arrive at State Farm offices in downtown Tacoma. It was the first day of work for about 300 employees in the former Russell Investments headquarters. State Farm had greeters with umbrellas on the street. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo, 2013

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