Ben Lomand Connect announced this week that it is featured on the popular television series, “World’s Greatest!…” which is a thirtyminute show dedicated to highlighting the world’s greatest companies, products, places, and people. Each show is a fast-paced tour around the world featuring behind the scenes footage, informative interviews, and exciting visuals
“We are honored to be selected as one of the world’s greatest broadband providers. This is a true testament to the work that companies like us – members of the Tennessee Broadband Association and NTCA – The Rural Broadband Association are doing around the country. We come to work every day with the mission of serving the unserved or critically underserved. It truly is what we do. ” stated Lisa Cope, Ben Lomand Connect General Manager/CEO.
As part of the show, How2Media sent a film crew to spend time at the Ben Lomand’s facilities and with customers to show viewers why Ben Lomand Connect was selected as the best in their category, and therefore featured on the show.
“We love to feature companies that not only serve their communities but also make a difference in those communities. For 65 years, that has been the case with Ben Lomand Connect in Middle Tennessee. They are not some nameless, faceless company; they are the ball coaches, church members, and volunteer workers of the communities they serve. Standing in the forefront of offering their customers the latest and best in communications availability. We think their story will be meaningful as well as educational to our viewers,” said Gordon Freeman, Executive Producer of the show.
The show, featuring Ben Lomand, can be seen on Ben Lomand Connect’s social media pages, including Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.
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Ben Lomand Connect was incorporated on October 2, 1952, to provide local telephone service to rural middle Tennessee. Ben Lomand began its diversification in 1993 by forming BLC, a wholly-owned long-distance subsidiary, and it was the first competitive local exchange carrier in the state of Tennessee. Combined, the two have over 27,000 access lines covering 3,200 square miles of territory. Ben Lomand Connect also offers many other services, including video, security, hosted IP solutions, and managed IT services.