NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association, recently recognized Range as the winner of the NTCA Marketing eXcellence Awards for Marketing Campaign and Public Relations Campaign.
Range is a member of NTCA, the premier association representing nearly 850 independent,
community-based telecommunications companies in rural communities across America.
The Marketing eXcellence Awards recognize the vital role marketing, sales and communications play
in the broadband industry and are announced annually at NTCA’s Marketing + Sales
“Small, community-based providers have been hard at work for decades to connect their
neighbors, and it is more important now than ever before to tell that story,” said Shirley
Bloomfield, NTCA’s chief executive officer. “I want to congratulate Range for its excellent work in
communicating with their customers and communities. Thank you for your contributions to our
“These two awards are the result of hard work by a passionate and dedicated team at Range”
said Jason Wille, Range’s Chief Marketing Officer. “I am so proud of the marketing team and our
entire organization as we strive to bridge the digital divide in rural America. These campaigns
connected with each and every Range customer.”
The 2021 Marketing eXcellence Awards are sponsored by Pivot.
About Range Range:
A leader in technologically advanced communications solutions for residential, business, and wholesale customers, serves over 13,500 broadband subscribers in Montana, Wyoming, and
With office locations in Forsyth, MT, Sheridan, WY, Worland, WY, and Dubois, WY, Range operates over 4,700 miles of fiber-optic network, and employs more than 160 experts with expertise in engineering, construction, project management, operations, and network maintenance.
The Rural Broadband Association is the premier association representing nearly 850 independent, community-based telecommunications companies that are leading innovative change in smart rural communities across America. In an era of transformative technological developments, regulatory challenges and marketplace competition, NTCA members are advancing efforts to close the digital divide by delivering robust and high-quality services over future-proof networks.
Their commitment to building sustainable networks makes rural communities fertile ground for innovation in economic development, e-commerce, health care, agriculture and education, and it contributes billions of dollars to the U.S. economy each year.