LAWRENCEBURG, TENN. — Loretto Telecom is proud to support Lawrence County and its business community.
“We believe in supporting the great businesses we have right here in our own community,” Loretto TelecomGeneral Manager Jason Shelton says. “We received fantastic service and a great product while investing in thefuture of Lawrence County.”
Loretto Telecom recently purchased three Chevrolet Silverados and a Chevy Equinox from Heritage AutomotiveCenter complete with vehicle wraps from Smith Signs on North Military Avenue. The three Silverados will beintroduced into Loretto’s service fleet and the Equinox will be used for marketing.
“By supporting local businesses, we can ensure Lawrence County and the whole region continue to thrive,” says Heritage General Manager Keith Durham. “We are grateful to The Lawrence County Chamber ofCommerce for their support of the business community.”
“We have a strong business community in Lawrence County, and the chamber of commerce has been great toencourage local support,” says Jeﬀ Cauwels, owner of Smith Signs. “Local businesses supporting each other.Thank you Loretto Telecom for trusting us with this project.”
Lawrence County added 923 new jobs and saw a capital investment of $103 million last year. The chamber touts a cost of living well below the national average.
“Lawrence County is a thriving community with an unlimited supply of products, services and industry,” says Ryan Egly, Lawrence County Chamber President & CEO. “We are proud of all the amazing opportunities that improve the quality of life here and make Lawrence County a great place to do business and raise a family.”
For more information about Lawrence County businesses and the Chamber of Commerce, visit www.lawcotn.com.
Loretto Telecom’s telephone and data networks currently serve around 7,000 subscribers and cover an area of320 square miles. Loretto Telecom monitors and maintains 12 local and remote oﬃces and 19 fiber optic remotesserving over 14 communities throughout Lawrence County.
PHOTO INFO: Owners and Management of Loretto Telecom, Heritage Automotive Center, and Smith Signs joined with their employees to mark the momentous occasion.
Front Row (l-r): Jeff Cauwels, Smith Signs Owner; Ryan Egly, LawCo Chamber President & CEO; Dan Carroll, Heritage Automotive Center Sales & Leasing Professional; Jason Shelton, Loretto Telecom General Manager; Keith Durham, Heritage Automotive Center General Manager