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One year of free T1 Internet service to be given away to one nonprofit

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Spokane telecom company Integra Telecom is ready to give away one full year of T1 Internet service. Yes. A free year, to an eligible Spokane-area nonprofit that meets the guidelines of the contest.

The contest requires a nomination of an eligible area nonprofit. Following the deadline of July 16, a random drawing from qualifying entries will be made. The 10 most nominated groups will be entered into the drawing on July 27 at Integra Telecom’s ribbon cutting ceremony and open house.

Businesses can nominate a worthwhile nonprofit at the Community Connection page of Integra Telecom, at this link. Nominations can also be presented at Integra’s new Spokane office, 201 N. River Drive, or via e-mail at

Nominees must be a 501 C3 or C4 group with an established office within Integra Telecom’s Spokane County service area.

The organization’s mission must serve at least one of the following criteria: youth, wellness and community.

Community Connection is an outreach program by Integra Telecom to support groups and organizations that provide direct benefits to area residents.

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