Fiber To The Home (FTTH) Communications is teaming with Rosemount High School (RHS) Site Council parents to bridge the missing link between the school and the stadium, as well as creating an “Irish” channel on FTTH’s network. The Irish channel will allow, for the first time, stadium games and events, such as graduations, concerts and awards programs, to be broadcast within the community.
Rosemount High School, Rosemount School Site Council Parents, and FTTH are launching "Irish Up!"— a fundraising partnership to help pay for the new fiber optic line. The goal is to generate $10,000, which also would create and maintain the RHS channel. Along with stadium events, it would showcase academic and artistic events.
For each new subscriber in FTTH’s fiberhoods (Evermoor and Harmony Village), FTTH will donate $50 to the cause. Current subscribers who upgrade their services will earn the project $25. If more than 100 new subscribers sign up, FTTH will increase the bounty to $75, topping out at 200 new subscribers.
"Improving coverage of Rosemount High School activities fits with our goals of supporting the communities we serve, growing our business and adding jobs to the local economy," said FTTH CEO Jeffrey Feldman.
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