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//Highline Internet donates $25K to UPSF

Highline Internet donates $25K to UPSF

Not only does Highline Internet deliver high-speed internet, but they also deliver U.P. State Fair blue ribbon fun with a $25,000 sponsorship that will support this year’s fair. Fair management will continue to provide unforgettable fair memories for each and every attendee with this generous donation.

 

Highline Internet is a new business to the area that is building a Gigabit Fiber-To-The-Home network that will allow access to the internet for tens of thousands of Michigan residents. Highline is backed by the strength of ITC Broadband that delivers the power of fiber-enabled internet to rural communities supporting digital equity for underserved communities.

 

Bruce Moore is the President and General Manager for Highline Internet and was born and raised in Michigan. Moore has 25 years of experience in the telecom and broadband industries and is looking forward to serving the rural communities of the Upper Peninsula. Engineering and construction is currently taking place, and Highline expects to provide services to its customers by the end of this year.

 

The U.P. State Fair is excited to have Highline Internet join a list of several rock-star businesses in supporting this year’s regionally managed fair. You can learn more about Highline Internet while visiting them at their booth during the UP State Fair.

 

The U.P. State Fair will start Monday, August 16th, through Sunday, August 22nd. Attendees are guaranteed a whole week of action-packed family fun. Fairgoers can expect themed discount days, jaw-dropping free midway acts, an array of vendors, new and old favorite carnival rides, and big-name grandstand entertainment. Topping off the week with the Ohio Dukes Stunt Show with UPIR Races followed by a striking firework display, all made possible by amazing sponsors like Highline Internet.

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