Woodstock, Canada, April 10, 2019 –(PR.com)– Execulink Telecom is pleased to announce its sponsorship with The Woodstock Public Library. The sponsorship will support the installation of four new device charging stations for the Library and its patrons.
“We are thrilled to partner with such an essential organization in the Woodstock community,” said Ian Stevens, President and CEO of Execulink Telecom, “This sponsorship reflects our commitment to keep our communities connected and enhance the patron’s experience with innovative solutions.”
“The Woodstock Public Library is always seeking opportunities to work with local businesses and to move forward with technology of all kinds,” says Karen Scott, Acting CEO of the Woodstock Public Library. “We couldn’t be more pleased to be partnering with Execulink on this worthwhile project.”
“Our heritage building was not built with the notion that its visitors would require access to power like we do today. We regularly observe our customers gathered around the available outlets. These charge stations will allow more people to share our power sources and remain connected through their devices,” says Scott.
The four devices are strategically placed throughout the Library, with one located on the lower floor and three on the upper floor. Visitors now have the ability to conveniently charge their smartphones, tablets and e-readers while they browse, study or read at no cost.
“This sponsorship is driven by Execulink’s Vision, Mission and Values and also aligns perfectly with our focus on supporting technological growth within our local community,” says Stevens.
Execulink Telecom has been servicing Oxford County for over 100 years. Woodstock is also home to the company’s corporate office.
About Execulink Telecom
In operation since 1904, Execulink Telecom has evolved from a small independent local telephone company into one of the leading telecommunications providers in Ontario. Through innovation and forward-thinking, we cultivated our local telephony offerings to provide a full-scale suite of telecommunications services including data, internet, television, mobility and advanced voice features. These services are now available to all levels of industry, encompassing 50,000 business, enterprise, government, and residential customers.
For more information, please visit www.execulink.ca
About Woodstock Public Library
The Woodstock Public Library has a rich history of delivering exceptional library services to the citizens of the City of Woodstock. Tracing its history back to a reading society formed in 1835, the Library has built its success on responding to its community with services, collections and programs that are innovative and inspiring.
The Woodstock Public Library was built in 1909 and is considered one of the most attractive Carnegie libraries in Ontario. The current library system holdings include approximately 130,000 circulating volumes plus periodicals and virtual products. Our Library averages more than 1,000 visits each day and circulates more than 500,000 items each year.