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Truckee workers honored as ‘Customer Service Heroes’

TRUCKEE, Calif. – Officials with Suddenlink Communications, local operator of cable broadband and telecommunications systems, announced today that Truckee employees Tabitha Cullen and Mike Stott earned prestigious company Customer Service Hero Awards, recognizing their exceptional efforts to serve customers, colleagues and the community.

In a company with 5,000-plus employees nationwide, Broadband Customer Counter Representatives Cullen and Stott were among 12 to receive this award. The award is based on nominations submitted by their colleagues.

In nominating Cullen and Stott for this award, their colleagues noted the consistent, customer-first attitude they bring to their daily work.



Dispatcher Cullen was nominated for helping an on-call doctor resolve a phone issue. Broadband Technician Stott was nominated for training junior technicians with a blend of “old school” and cutting-edge techniques.

– Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com


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