Governor Laura Kelly announced yesterday that KWIKOM has been awarded in the latest round of Broadband Acceleration Grants! We are so excited for the connections these grants will bring to residents and businesses within Montgomery County. 🥳 We’re thankful for the support this grant offers in our continued efforts to end the #DigitalDivide and bring high-speed Internet access to all! 🌐
As KWIKOM employees, many of our installers, customer service representatives and construction workers already live in one of the towns we serve. We do our shopping in these towns, go out to dinner, and mingle with other parents at school events. We understand the magic of small towns, and the huge impact that even the smallest donations can make on the lives of our customers–especially during the holidays.
So from November 15th through December 25th, KWIKOM will be donating $10 for every new Internet customer sign-up (and pre-sign up in our upcoming fiber areas) to local charities in the areas we serve. See what local charity we’re supporting in your area below:
- Edgerton: Mayor’s Tree Fund
- Gardner: Harvesters Mobile Food Pantry (Non-Monetary)
- Iola: Iola Pet Project
- Linn County: Concern, Inc. in Mound City
- Osage City: Osage City Library
- Ottawa: Hope House
- Paola: Cops for Tots
- Wellsville: Wellsville Playground Equipment
Want to help us spread the love this holiday season of giving?
Watch social media for updates on the final tally of our holiday donations!
💙🌐 #KWIKOMCares #SharingIsCaring
At KWIKOM, we don’t think the view you have out your window should determine the level of technology you get. That’s why we love partnering with cities like Edgerton to be the first to bring fiber Internet to homes and businesses! We believe everybody, no matter where you live, should have access to the latest and greatest technology.
We celebrated our official groundbreaking last Thursday with Edgerton Mayor Donald Roberts and President Mike Brigman talking about the importance of bridging the digital divide for towns like Edgerton (and Mayor Roberts kindly telling us he would like his fiber Internet sooner than later!)
We hear you Mayor Roberts! Our crews are working as fast as they can to build nearly 8 miles of fiber-optic backbone so we can bring state-of-the-art Internet, phone and video technologies to Edgerton. We appreciate the warm welcome and we can’t wait to serve you!
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