Powernet received its ninth Pillar award in 10 years.

To see so many team members come together and work on projects like the community Wi-Fi expansions or taking time out of their day to assist a non-profit organization year after year is inspiring

Powernet Recognized at Medical Mutual Pillar Awards for the Ninth Time

Date: January 16th, 2020
Author: Tyler Smith
Tags: Powernet, Community, Wi-Fi, network, technology, telecom, Digital, Divide

Cincinnati, OH - January 16, 2020 - Powernet received its ninth Pillar Award for Community Service at the Medical Mutual Pillar Awards, presented by Smart Business.  The Medical Mutual Pillar Award for Community Service honors businesses of all types and sizes that make outstanding contributions to their communities. Its purpose is to encourage a charitable environment, recognize creative efforts that make a difference and demonstrate the ties between the for-profit and nonprofit worlds.

As one of 11 local Cincinnati businesses honored at the event, Powernet would like to congratulate AFA Associates, BelFlex Staffing Network, Braxton Brewing Company, Finit, Health Carousel, Paycor, Prolink Staffing Services LLC, Towne Properties, Turner Construction Company and Ultimate Air Shuttle for receiving the Pillar Award. 

“Our team has shown a commitment to making the Greater Cincinnati community a better place to live and work,” says Alli Stevens, CEO of Powernet. “To see so many team members come together and work on projects like the community Wi-Fi expansions or taking time out of their day to assist a non-profit organization year after year is inspiring. Powernet is lucky to have so many employees that care about making a difference and are willing to take the steps to make their ideas a reality.”

The Powernet team made an impact on hundreds of individuals throughout 2019 through a variety of projects, sponsorships and donations. The year began with the completion of Wireless expansions to both the Avondale and Lower Price Hill free community Wi-Fi networks that are now capable of servicing even more residents. Donations of tablets, networking and voice equipment were made to a variety of local organizations such as  Life Church Amelia, City Gospel Mission, Cincinnati Rotary Club, and Norwood Schools. A Crock-Pot-A-Thon was also organized in association with the community learning center in Lower Price Hill to provide residents with access to crock pots and rolling carts that allowed them to transport and cook healthier meals.

Powernet’s donations reached even further than just the Cincinnati community. Tablets were donated to Children’s Miracle Home in India to help educate the children that reside there. Additionally, Powernet donated and provided desktop computers and furniture for the home to create a computer lab that will allow it to further its mission. Powernet’s tradition of giving is also echoed in it’s Florida offices as well where a variety of donations were made to local organizations and charities, including many in need of relief following devastating hurricanes.

“As a team, we are proud of what we have been able to accomplish,” says Edita Dolan-Mayo, director of marketing & community affairs at Powernet. “We know our job isn’t complete just yet. We look forward to finding the next challenge we can help unserved community members overcome.”

About Powernet

Powernet enables businesses to connect with audiences in the office and across the world through wireless networking, Wi-Fi, voice, data, IT managed services, in addition to domestic and international carrier services. As a Woman-Owned business with more than 24 years of telecom experience and expert sales and support teams, we provide our partners and clients the unparalleled service and innovative technology they need to achieve their business goals. www.powernetco.com