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C Spire named 2015 Large Business of the Year by Clinton Chamber

CLINTON, MS -

This is a news release from C Spire

 C Spire received the 2015 Large Business of the Year award Thursday from the Clinton Chamber of Commerce for the telecom and technology company's continuing support and investment in the Hinds County city.

Dr. Jim Turcotte, vice president of enrollment services and Dean of Students at Mississippi College, presented the award to C Spire during the chamber's annual awards banquet, citing the company's stellar business practices, employee involvement and technology investment in the community.

Turcotte, a past chamber president, praised C Spire for its support of the chamber, its community involvement, employee volunteerism and its ultra-fast 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second) broadband Internet technology initiative in several Mississippi cities, including Clinton.

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