A hand-written warm fuzzy left over from the recent ice storm that hit the state:
As were their counterparts from other telecom and utility companies, U.S. Cellular employees worked round the clock to ensure that cell towers were up and running and that wireless calls could be placed on their network during the long electrical outage.
Bobby Van Horn, a network field engineer based in Roanoke, Va., was one of the many U.S. Cellular employees who traveled to Tulsa to help. He and other U.S. Cellular technicians stayed several days in a hotel in Tulsa.
One morning, as they went out to the parking lot to get in their trucks, they each found a note. Someone had hand-written a note and put one on the windshield of every US Cellular truck in the parking lot.
The note read, “Merry Christmas. Thank you for helping.” The picture above is a sample of their handiwork.
Business News Reporter