Telus 'Fibre for Good' Supports Rail Trail

Brangwen Mooney, Telus Senior Regional Market Manager (left) presents a cheque from the Vernon area Fibre for Good program to Anna Hunt-Binkley, Trail Ambassador. Mooney said, “At Telus, we give where we live, and are happy to continue supporting the Okanagan Rail Trail, and local residents in their charity of choice".
Image Credit: Contributed/Okanagan Rail Trail

VERNON - Telus and Vernon area residents have dialled in more support for the rail trail through the ‘Fibre for Good’ program, which is soon to be launched in Lake Country. 

New customers who sign up for Optik TV can elect a local charity to receive a $25 donation from Telus.  Last fall, 62 Vernon area families made the rail trail their charity of choice, resulting in a donation of $1550 from Telus.

Photo caption: Brangwen Mooney, Telus Senior Regional Market Manager (left) presents a cheque from the Vernon area Fibre for Good program to Anna Hunt-Binkley, Trail Ambassador.  Mooney said, “At Telus, we give where we live, and are happy to continue supporting the Okanagan Rail Trail, and local residents in their charity of choice".


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