LOUISVILLE, Miss., May 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MaxxSouth Broadband is a proud sponsor of tomorrow's 36th Annual Red Hills Arts and Crafts Festival in Louisville, MS.
Recognized as the primary sponsor, MaxxSouth is providing over $5,000.00 in advertising as gift-in-kind support to the Winston County Economic Development District Partnership to promote this event.
"It's a wonderful event to be a part of," said Tonya Thompson, Regional General Manager of MaxxSouth Broadband. "The in-kind advertising is our way to help promote this event and increase awareness among potential visitors in the surrounding area."
The festivities will begin on Friday night with live music and vendors. Saturday's activities include the Red Hills Car Show, a 5K Run/Walk, 1 Mile Fun Run, art show, carnival rides, live music, arts, crafts, food and much more.
This year's event will also feature a known crowd pleaser, the Red Hills Car show which will host more than 30 classes of cars.
"The festival is such a fun event and a great way to bring the community together," Thompson said. "We are really looking forward to it."
For more information about the Red Hills Arts and Crafts Festival, please call the Winston County Chamber of Commerce at 662-773-3921 or email email@example.com.
About MaxxSouth Broadband:
MaxxSouth Broadband service area for video, high-speed Internet and digital phone stretches more than 200 miles and includes 20 counties and 60 communities in northern Mississippi and Alabama. The company currently has approximately 80,000 subscribers for broadband services and passes 110,000 homes. Operating as a subsidiary of the reputable and diversified media holding company Block Communications Inc., MaxxSouth Broadband continues to expand and enhance its state-of-the-art broadband network in the communities it serves. For more information, visit www.MaxxSouth.com.
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