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An update from Gibson Connect

We’ve been especially busy at Gibson EMC and at Gibson Connect preparing to provide you with access to high-speed internet service. This is something that we are committed to doing because access is vitally important to our members and to our communities.

It was just last July that our board voted to form Gibson Connect, Gibson EMC’s not-for-profit subsidiary.  In October we launched join.gibsonconnect.com, a place where members register and, based on meeting their zones’ participation requirements, guide the order of our fiber construction process.

In 2017 we applied for three Tennessee Broadband Grants and in January of this year we were notified that we had been approved for one that will help us serve Lake County and the far northwestern part of Obion County.

By February, three of our zones had met their participation goals and our board approved moving forward with the first phase of Gibson Connect’s construction project.  During Phase 1 we will build fiber to the three zones that first met their participation goals (Medina, Dyer and Three Way) and the zones covered by the grant (Tiptonville, Ridgely and Samburg).

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Gibson Connect Now Hiring

Gibson Connect is now accepting applications for three positions.  See more...

Lineworker Appreciation Day

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Lineworker Appreciation Day

Move Over Law

The law requires motorists to slow down or change lanes when approaching a utility vehicle with flashing lights.

 

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