Horizon Communications named the official Wi-Fi provider to the Special Olympics USA National Games 2014

Jun 09, 2014, 19:39 ET from Horizon Communications

IRVINE, Calif., June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Horizon Communications (Horizon), a leading provider of wireless solutions to large venues and events, is proud to be the official provider of Wi-Fi to the Special Olympics 2014 USA National Games to be hosted in New Jersey, from June 14 to June 21, 2014. 

"We are excited to have been selected as the official Wi-Fi provider for the Special Olympics 2014," said Mike DeGraw, CEO at Horizon. "We look forward to supporting these world class athletes, their coaches, families and their fans by enabling Wi-Fi connectivity at this event." Fans at the event and across the country will be able to monitor results real time and view certain events via streaming video on the Special Olympics website. "We are proud to help share remarkable experiences by providing a more engaging and interactive experience for all," added DeGraw.

Horizon has installed wireless solutions at some of the most recognizable sporting venues in the Western United States, including AT&T Park, SAP Center, Dodger Stadium and the Honda Center. As a specialist provider of Wi-Fi and small cell solutions to both permanent and temporary venues, Horizon is committed to enhancing the fan experience and keeping fans connected and engaged throughout the event. Horizon is headquartered in Irvine, CA.

Horizon Communications is a specialist provider of wireless solutions; including design, engineering, planning, installation, project management, security and maintenance of Wi-Fi and small cell networks. Customers include professional sporting venues, building and property management companies, temporary events and telecommunications carriers across the United States. For additional information, see www.horizon-com.com

The Special Olympics is a world-class sports organization providing sports training and competition opportunities to nearly 3.1 million people with intellectual disabilities in over 175 countries. This "everyday" sports training, culminates every two years in a World Games competition, bringing together athletes on a world competition stage. For a schedule of events and more information, see www.2014specialolympics.org

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