August 29, 2016 6 months 15 hours ago

Hastings Cable Vision donates Tuned-In winnings to skatepark accessibility initiative

MADOC, ON – Fresh off of its win as one of the CCSA’s 2016 Tuned-in Canada winners, Hastings Cable Vision has announced plans to donate its $1,000 prize to the Madoc Skatepark Accessibility Fund.

The independent cable company won ‘Best customer service story’ at the awards in June for its outstanding service to a disabled customer.  On August 31, the company will present a cheque to the Centre Hastings Park at a ceremony held at the Madoc Skatepark.

“All of us here at Hastings Cable Vision are very excited and proud to be working with the Madoc Skatepark Accessibility Fund to ensure that everyone in our community can use the park”, said Hastings Cable Vision office manager Judy Smith, in the news release. “We hope to see everyone come out and enjoy all that the park has to offer this summer and for years to come.”

With over 500 customers, Hastings Cable Vision provides television, high-speed Internet and home phone to the Madoc community, including a growing rural fixed wireless service outside of its cable footprint.  The company struck a partnership with ISP TekSavvy Soltuions in September, 2014.