Northland Communications is pleased to announce it will be holding its Annual Toy Drive to help those in need in the Corsicana area this Holiday season.
Northland will be collecting toys Nov.19 through Dec. 14. All proceeds will be donated to the Child Advocacy Center. Northland invites everyone to participate in helping those in need this Holiday season. Donations can be dropped off at the Northland Communications Interactive Showroom, located at 1500 North Beaton.
Northland is offering free installation on any new or upgraded service to community members who donate toy(s) valued at $20 or more.
Please call your local Northland Communications office at (903) 872-3131 if you have questions about Northland’s Annual Toy Drive or about any of the services they provide.
About Northland Communications:
Northland Communications (www.yournorthland.com) is a leading provider of communications services. Northland owns and manages smaller-market cable systems in Alabama, California, Georgia, Idaho, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and Washington. Northland is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
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