Frontier invests $13.1 million in Nevada
July 11, 2014
Frontier Communications announced that the company’s three years of capital expenditures in Nevada hit a total of $13,111,057, including $4,313,257 in 2013. In addition, many Frontier markets in Nevada will receive additional support this year totaling $604,950 from the Federal Communication Commission’s Connect America Fund. CAF funding will allow Frontier to accelerate broadband availability in the state. Frontier offers broadband, digital phone service, satellite television service, Frontier satellite broadband, FTR Energy Services, customer premises equipment (telephone systems, support for commercial businesses and e-911 applications), Ethernet, Dedicated Internet Access, data center services, and web security/data back-up/personal identity protection and more through Frontier Secure.
Frontier has invested more than $13 million of its own capital during the past three years to increase broadband access and improve network infrastructure across Frontier’s territory. This investment in Nevada is vital to continuing economic development, increasing opportunities for consumers, and supporting all types and sizes of businesses in the state.
Local Mary Kay Consultant receives free car
Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Carol Swanson of Indian Hills received a new Chevy Equinox as a result of her achievements in her Mary Kay business. This will be Swanson’s ninth career car. Mary Kay members earn the use of a career car by meeting and exceeding goal set within their business. Swanson began her Mary Kay career in 1993 as a Independent Beauty Consultant. In 1995 she became an Independent Sales Director. “The first question folks ask me when they hear that I am a Mary Kay consultant is whether a drive a pink Cadillac,” Swanson said. “I certainly would like to be able to answer yes to that question someday. However, I feel blessed and am proud that I will be able to say that I am driving my ninth Mary Kay car.”
Tractor Supply Sale
Tractor Supply will host a horse health and feed parking lot event 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday. It will include wild horses and burros to see, and also a tack swap. For information call Sam or Christina at 783-8675.
Gadzooks will host a parking lot sale 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday at 1411 Highway 395, Gardnerville. Indian tacos, antiques, collectibles and art supplies will be available. For information call 782-9665.