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Pa00e 16 m ity Thursday, September 30, 2010 Co m.][.  Tri-County News, Kimball, MN ..... _222Z2 . ................. NNNN]iiN!iiiNiil diversiCOM marketin8 wins two national awards The Adva00g00 Of With An Independent Community Bank A V You receive personal service from people you know and trust. Since all decisions are made locally, we&apos;re able to quickly respond to your loan requests. we keep your money working in this area. IIIIII I III 00TA? OF KIMBALL P.O. BOX 70 KIMBALL, MINNESOTA 5553 (320) 398-3500 www.tatebankofkimball.oom Member FDIC I IIII IIIIIII VJ Marketing manager Barb Ostrander (left) and graphic designer Katie Niehaus joined diversiCOM last year. Their fresh, new designs won awards in a recent national telecommunications marketing com- petition. Submitted photo. New creative work at diversi- COM caught the eyes of judges in a recent national telecommunica- tions marketing competition. The winning entries were the new Red- neck Tech logo and a diversiCOM advertisement featuring a young girl in front of a computer. "We have undergone an entire creative overhaul in the past year," said CEO Dave Del Zoppo, "which included updating our diversiCOM brand and developing a new sub- brand for our computer sales and services, the 'Redneck Techs.' Our in-house creative team is made up of Barb Ostrander, marketing man- ager, and Katie Niehaus, graphic designer. Both were new hires in 2009." Every two years, The Orga- nization for the Promotion and Advancement of SmallTelecommu- nications Companies (OPASTCO), recognizes the best communica- tions and marketing publications created for the rural telecommuni- cations industry across the nation. Indy Awards are judged by indus- try experts in marketing and public relations, and materials produced during each two-year interval are eligible for competition. "diversiCOM has been a ter- rific place for Katie and me to come together and get creative," said Ostrander. "The company supports our efforts with excellent technol- ogy and on-going training opportu- nities, allowing us to try new things. We've taken our marketing beyond traditional print and into Facebook, a new website, window graphics and watch for our blog featuring tips and reviews from our Redneck Techs." OPASTCO represents approx- imately 470 small local telecom- munications companies serving primarily rural areas of the United States and Canada. OPASTCO membership includes both com- mercial companies and coopera- tives, which collectively serve more than 3.5 million customers. The association has an affili- ate 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the Foun- dation for Rural Education and Development (FRED) through which diversiCOM has been able to extend grants to area schools and scholarships to seniors in is service area. Visit the OPASTCO website at <www.opastco.org>. diversiCOM is a full-service tele- communications company provid- ing high-speed Internet access, cable television, local and long dis- tance telephone service. With over 80 years of providing communica- tions service to Melrose and the sur- rounding area, diversiCOM contin- ues to expand and develop state- of-the-art infrastructure includ- ing the current fiber to the home (FTTH) build-out in the Richmond community. Information on the services offered under the diver- siCOM umbrella of companies can be found by visiting <www. diversicom, net>. Aqua Belles 9-20-10 W L Alf's 16 5 AK Graphics 15 6 Studio 44 11 10 Gilberts Gals 10 11 Tessmer Gravel Gals 6 15 160 games and over: Iulie Vinar 202, 186, 203; Mary Garding 160. 500 series and over: lulie Vinar 591. 200 game and over: ]ulie Vinar 202, 203. Jill News 9-21-10 Aqua Lanes 19 2 Kimball Rescue 14 7 Fair Haven Electric 11 10 AMMaus 11 10 R & R Construction 11 10 Stuve's Auto Ranch 10 11 Gohmann's Foods 8 13 High ind. game and series: Darlene Looman 202, 497; Karla Adolph 193, 500; Megan Truenow 184, 500. Team high game and series: A M Maus 588, 1647; Fair Haven Electric 587, 1650; R & R Construction 587, 1660. 160 game or better: Darlene Looman 202, 170; Karla Adolph 193, 182, 163; Megan Truenow 184, 180; Ienn Schlan- gen 173; Barb Liedman 165, 163; Dawn Lueders 165. Tri-County League 9-22-10 Aqua Lanes 56 40 Mainstreet Pub 50 46 Vinar Cabinet 45 19 Ameriprise 42 26 Custom Towning 41 55 ] & l Marine 26 70 High games: Scott Marquardt 234, 212; Steve Becker 234; Matt Adolph 225; Ben Leither 212. High series: Scott Marquardt 626; Steve Becker 595; Ben Leither 571; Matt Adolph 568; lake Asfeld 544. Commercial League 9-23-10 H & S Heating/AC 58 14 Triple R 45 27 Kim-Built 41 31 SOB's 36.5 35.5 H & S Geothermal 34 38 KFD 30.5 41.5 Kimball Legion 27 37 Weekly top ten: leremy Vinar 247, 638; Dwight Vinar 222, 596; Kelly Danelke 213, 213, 591; Preston Fischer 222,587; Mark Serbus 224, 574; leremy Salzbrun 236, 565; Dave Unterberger 214, 548; Kyle Winter 547; Matt Adolph 218, 536; Cory Kunke1535; left Boxel1216.