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Frontier execs congratulate Blue Mile volunteers
Luncheon celebrates competition win
Frontier-Blue Mile Williams
Melanie Williams, Frontier Communications senior vice president for operations in a seven-state region, congratulates Statesboro Blue Mile volunteers on the ABC win and the planned work ahead.
Frontier Communications, lead sponsor of the America’s Best Communities competition in which Statesboro won the $1 million third prize earlier this year, saluted supporters of the Blue Mile redevelopment plan with a luncheon Wednesday downtown. At The Hall on Vine, several Frontier regional executives met with Blue Mile Committee members, including representatives of organizations such as the Downtown Statesboro Development Authority, the Averitt Center for the Arts, the city government and Habitat for Humanity. “We take pride in working in smaller communities and rural communities, and it’s our goal, it is our responsibility as a business partner, to make sure we do our part in contributing to making those communities better,” said Melanie Williams, Frontier’s senior vice president for operations in seven Southeastern states.
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