Kalispell, Montana (PRWEB) March 27, 2009
MontanaSky™ Networks has been providing NW Montana with high-speed Internet for over 15 years. Hospitals, hotels, banks, lawyers, ranchers and professionals from all walks of life depend upon MontanaSky's redundant fiber optic network. Most people would not think that high speed Internet service is a 'mission-critical' requisite of the Humane Society, but if you're a dog or cat waiting to be adopted and potential owners cannot access your website, it is your lifeline to freedom.
When the northwest Montana Humane Society's Internet service went down recently, they decided to find a new Internet Service Provider. As a result of supporters' recommendations, they learned that MontanaSky offered the most reliable, cost-effective Internet solution, and they also found a new champion of their mission.
Fred Weber, founder and CEO of MontanaSky, is a lifelong supporter of animal causes. Mr. Weber has owned many German Shepherds and has babied two wolf-German Shepherd dogs for the past 11 years that accompany him to work every day. After meeting with Mr. Weber and learning of his love for animals they knew this was a company that would understand their needs.
MontanaSky is a co-founder of the 'Buy Local' movement gaining momentum in NW Montana. Coincidentally, the Humane Society is also passionate about doing business with local companies because their pets are adopted by local residents, and they are vigorously involved in the communities they serve.
Mr. Weber offered to donate money to the Humane Society by combining efforts that benefit everyone. MontanaSky donates $50.00 for every Humane Society supporter that signs up with MontanaSky for high-speed DSL Internet service or satellite TV service (Dish Network or Direct TV).
"This is much bigger than just a generous donation program; this is a program that literally has a positive effect on the entire community. 'Buying Local' means keeping your dollars here, which pays the salaries of local families, and in this case, even supports helpless abandoned pets", said Joe Sullivan, MontanaSky's President.
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