Carbon County Chamber Highlights Carbon/Emery Telcom

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On Nov 21, Carbon County Chamber of Commerce hosted its monthly luncheon where Carbon/Emery Telcom was highlighted as business of the month. Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments (SEUALG) Director Debra Hatt also spoke about the revolving loan fund that they have made available for local businesses and other economic information. Hatt also asked attendees to take part in a survey that the SEUALG has online right now. There is more information on the survey below and a link to the survey on etv10news.com.

Carbon/Emery Telcom CEO Brock Johansen spoke about how the Internet and social media are changing the way businesses are marketing. Johansen said the fiber upgrades Carbon/Emery Telcom is constructing right now will make for a high-quality, high-speed Internet experience. Local businesses will be the first to have access to this cutting edge technology, with homeowners not far behind. Johansen invited any interested business to contact Carbon/Emery Telcom for more information at (435) 613-9605.

SE Broadband Needs Assessment Survey

Please take the time to visit the website and fill out this survey.  It is being conducted by the Southeastern Utah Association of Local Government Broadband Planning Council in partnership with the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development.  We are requesting participation from persons residing in Carbon, Emery, Grand, and San Juan Counties to provide answers on this Survey.

This survey is being conducted through Monday, December 16, 2013. If you have questions, please contact: Amy Peters, Planning Coordinator at Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments. apeters@seualg.utah.gov, 375 South Carbon Ave, Price, Utah 84501, and 435-637-5444.

Your participation is voluntary.  No one, including the researcher, will be able to associate your responses with your identity.  There is minimal risk in participating in this study.  Researchers hope to analyze the market data concerning use and demand for high speed Internet service.  You must be at least 18 years of age to participate in this study.  Your completion of the survey serves as your voluntary agreement to participate in this research project and your certification that you are 18 or older.

Please access the survey on-line at:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SEBroadband

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