Amery Telcom Advert‏

About Amery Telcom

The Amery Telephone Company had its beginning in 1897, when three Amery businessmen decided the community needed telephone service. By the end of the first year, Amery Telephone Company had 31 town and 4 rural subscribers. In 1902, the company reorganized into a corporation with the new name, Amery Electric Company, which provided electricity along with telephone service. George F. Griffin, the first President and General Manager of Amery Electric Company, was an ambitious, community-minded man. In addition to his work at the company, he was Amery’s first postmaster, first fire chief, and village president.
In 1905, with assistance of Amery Electric Company, many small rural telephone companies were formed by area farmers. The rural companies were referred to as “switchers” and all of the lines were built by farmers, who bought a switchboard service from the Amery Electric Company.

In 1944, Amery Electric Company changed its name to Amery Telephone Company. In order to be more efficient and to better serve Amery and the rural communities, the small rural telephone exchanges of the area were merged into the parent company. These acquisitions continued through 1954.

The Amery Telephone Company has continued to evolve into a sophisticated, high-tech industry. In 1983, the Company formed Northwest Community Communications, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Amery Telephone Company, which offers cable television services. As of 1989, Amery Telephone Company shortened its name to Amery Telcom, Inc. In 1997, Amery Telcom, Inc. purchased Somerset Telephone and assumed operations of the neighboring town’s telephone and cable TV services.

Today Amery Telcom, Inc and its subsidiaries (all companies now operating under one unified name of Northwest Communications) serve approximately 10,000 access lines and provides DSL, cable modem, and dial-up internet service to over 3,000 customers. To date, Northwest Community Communications, Inc. has acquired additional cable operations in Solon Springs, Turtle Lake, and as of 2007, New Richmond. NCC currently has approximately 4,400 cable subscribers.

How it works?

Here’s the basic premise of the "paid to drive" concept: Amery Telcom, Inc seeks people -- regular citizens,professional drivers to go about their normal routine as they usually do, only with a big advert for "Amery Telcom, Inc" plastered on your car. The ads are typically vinyl decals, also known as "auto wraps,"that almost seem to be painted on the vehicle, and which will cover any portion of your car's exterior surface.

What does the company get out of this type of ad strategy? Lots of exposure and awareness. The auto wraps tend to be colorful, eye-catching and attract lots of attention. Plus, it's a form of advertising with a captive audience,meaning people who are stuck in traffic can't avoid seeing the wrapped car alongside them. This program will last for 3 months and the minimum you can participate is 1 month.

You will be compensated with $250 per week which is essentially a "rental" payment for letting our company use the space no fee is required from you. Amery Telcom, Inc shall provide experts that would handle the advert placing on your car. You will receive the payment inform of check via courier service for accepting to carry this advert on your car.

It is very easy and simple , no application fees required contact email along with the following you are interested in these offer.

Full Name:
Zip code:
Make of car/ year:
Telephone numbers:

We will contact you immediately we receive this information.

Kind Regards!

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