Vermont taps KSV for telecom work

BURLINGTON, VT: The Vermont Department of Public Service has hired KSV Communicators to conduct a statewide outreach program to increase awareness and usage of the Vermont Telecommunications Relay Service (VTRS).

BURLINGTON, VT: The Vermont Department of Public Service has hired KSV Communicators to conduct a statewide outreach program to increase awareness and usage of the Vermont Telecommunications Relay Service (VTRS).

BURLINGTON, VT: The Vermont Department of Public Service has hired

KSV Communicators to conduct a statewide outreach program to increase

awareness and usage of the Vermont Telecommunications Relay Service

(VTRS).



VTRS is a free relay system that provides telephone services for those

who are deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech-disabled. KSV began promoting

the relay service last month, and will conduct community outreach

through presentations, public service announcements and media

relations.



While KSV pitched against several other agencies to win the business,

the firm possibly benefited from its past project work on behalf of the

department of public service.



Other KSV clients include the Boy Scouts of America, McGill University,

Nordica USA and the Vermont Department of Economic Development. The

Burlington, VT- based agency was founded in 1977.



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