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Ben Lomand earns national certifications
Ben Lomand employees from a five-county service area of Warren, White, Van Buren, Grundy and Coffee counties include, front row, from left, Jeff Carter, Ben Clark, Jennifer Turner, Kelvin Bond, Lissa Cloyd, April Duke, Jennifer Gilliam, Sherry Beth Mills, Sabernia Judkins, Larry Smith, Jeannine Miller, Jared Sain, and Michael Scott. Second row, Jeff Chisam, Bill Jennings, Gail Jones, Sherri McGinnis, Amelia Mooneyham, Tania Curtis, Gina Mullican, Shannon Hamilton, Kim McDonald, Gena Barry, Susan Taylor, Stevana Palombo, and Felenia Rains. Third row, Bryan Kell, Tommy Brown, Alvin Stembridge, Travis Hillis, Sherri Taylor, Richard Boyd, Joe Hamby, Greg Smartt, Leslie King, David Vaughn, Ryan Vincion, Mike Birdwell, Tamela McMillen, Karen Wilson, and Lisa Cope.
Ben Lomand Connect’s internet service isn’t just fast. It’s gaining national attention.Ben Lomand has earned two national certifications for the fiber optic network it is building across Middle Tennessee.Local and state leaders joined Ben Lomand employees and directors earlier this month for a celebration at the historic Park Theater. The event served as the public announcement that Ben Lomand has received both the Smart Rural Community Award and the Gig-Capable Provider certification from NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association.“We are honored to receive these prestigious awards,” says Lisa Cope, general manager andCEO of Ben Lomand Connect.