(Warsaw, IN) – Warsaw Community Development Corporation (WCDC) received two trailers donated by CenturyLink for the downtown Warsaw First Friday and Bicentennial events. “The First Fridays and the Bicentennial events on tap for Warsaw continue to bring exciting, family fun and activities for the community to enjoy,” said Pat Welch, CenturyLink’s market development manager for Indiana. “We are proud to support the events by donating CenturyLink trailers for use by the Warsaw Community Development Corporation and the City of Warsaw. CenturyLink and the city enjoy a great partnership, and the people we work with on a daily basis make it that much more enjoyable as we pool our talent and resources for these types of festive events. CenturyLink is pleased to have the opportunity to help support our community and provide our ever-expanding fiber network to businesses here in Kosciusko County and the surrounding area.”
CenturyLink is a global communications, hosting, cloud and IT services company enabling millions of customers to transform their businesses and their lives through innovative technology solutions. CenturyLink employs 30 individuals in our community and offers over 225 miles of fiber optic in Kosciusko County. For more information visit their website at www.centurylink.com/business/data/fiber-services.html or call 1.844.321.FIBER.
Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce connects business with opportunity by being the advocate of business in stimulating economic growth and diversity, promoting educational excellence and coordinating action on issues of community importance. For more information visit www.kchamber.com. Warsaw Community Development strives to develop Warsaw’s Central Business District through investments in people, buildings, businesses, and land. For more information visit: www.warsawcdc.org.