Marshall Resident Named April 2012 'Knology Moments' Program Winner
(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 10 May 2012
Release date- 08052012 - West Point, Ga. - Knology, a leading cable, high-speed Internet and digital phone services provider, is proud to announce that Louise Eischens of Marshall, Minn. has been named as April's companywide 'Knology Moments' program winner.
'Knology Moments' is a customer-driven program allowing Knology customers from across its 14 divisions the ability to upload photos of special moments to www.KnologyMoments.com. Once a photo is uploaded, it is automatically entered for a chance to win monthly prizes - and potentially the grand prize of free Knology service for a year.
As the winner for April 2012, Eischens of Marshall will receive one free month of Knology service for his online photo.
'Congratulations to Louise for being named our most recent 'Knology Moments' winner. We appreciate him for sharing his own special moment with Knology's family and celebrate his win with our Sioux Falls division,' says Royce Ard, Knology vice president of sales and marketing.
For more information or to enter a customer photo, please visit www.KnologyMoments.com.
Knology, Inc., headquartered in West Point, GA, is a leading provider of interactive communications and entertainment services. Knology serves residential and business customers with one of the most technologically advanced broadband networks in the country. Innovative offerings include over 200 channels of digital cable TV, local and long distance digital telephone service with the latest enhanced voice messaging features, and high-speed Internet access that enables consumers to quickly download video, audio and graphic files using a cable modem. For more information, please visit www.knology.com or www.connectwithknology.com.
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