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Socket presents check to local Honor Flight

Columbia, MO. - Representatives from the Central Missouri Honor Flight organization recently visited Socket, a locally based Internet and telecom company, to pick up a check for $500.

The donation was the result of a Socket month-long informational campaign. Each time a company asked for a price quote for its telecom services, Socket delivered the quote to the business and then donated $50 to the Central Missouri Honor Flight organization. Several of the many veterans who work at Socket were on hand to present the donation to representatives of the Honor Flight.

“We are extremely pleased to be able to help send men and women who served our country to Washington, D.C. where they can see the memorials built in their honor,” said Carson Coffman, President and Co-Owner at Socket. “We’re even more excited to report that we expect to have a second, much larger donation coming very soon.”

Throughout the month of March, Socket will donate $100 to Central Missouri Honor Flight for any resident who signs up for a free 3-month trial of high-speed fiber Internet. This offer is available in parts of Callaway and Boone Counties. To find out if fiber is available to your home, call 1-800-SOCKET-3  or visit www.socket.net/fiber


Founded in 1994, Socket is a Missouri-based telephone and Internet service provider with the largest service area in the state. Socket is a privately held company that provides families and businesses a choice for local and long-distance phone and Internet service. It combines the highest quality customer service with in-depth technical knowledge. Socket’s customers enjoy simple billing and quick, friendly service. For additional information, visit www.socket.net.

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Socket veterans present a check for $500 to Central Missouri Honor Flight. From left: Angie Shippen (U.S. Navy), Adam Schick (U.S. Army), Vicki Winton (U.S. Navy), Steve Paulsell of Central Missouri Honor Flight, Demian Cook (U.S. Air Force), and Aaron Hayes (U.S. Marine Corp).