Monthly Archives: June 2017

BendBroadband sponsoring Sisters Quilt Show, July 8

BendBroadband sponsoring Sisters Quilt Show, July 8

BendBroadband is a proud sponsor of the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show™, one of the world’s largest outdoor quilt show and sale. This event brings locals, visitors, business members, sponsors and community supporters together to support the Sisters area through an engaging weekend of fun. Artists from around the world will be at the show on Saturday,… Continue Reading

No Internet Usage Monitoring in June

No Internet Usage Monitoring in June

Due to the BendBroadband billing conversion, Internet usage will not be tracked in June, nor will it be viewable online. Therefore, overage charges will not apply. In July, when the new billing system is in place, tracking (and overages) will resume. You’ll also be able to see up to 12 months of Internet usage history… Continue Reading

Why it’s important to open your mail

Why it’s important to open your mail

BendBroadband is converting to a new billing system and will soon mail each customer a new, 16-digit account number and 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN). A PIN adds an extra level of security to your account and prevents unauthorized changes. You’ll need your PIN and account number when calling BendBroadband with questions about a service or… Continue Reading

Happy 242nd Birthday Army!

Happy 242nd Birthday Army!

On June 14, 1775, the Continental Congress established the United States Army, which began as 10 groups of riflemen set to serve for one year.  It has since grown into the largest US military branch, with 1.4 million active duty members and an additional 540,000 members in the Reserves and National Guard.  Today, we celebrate… Continue Reading

How mentoring others, helps you professionally

How mentoring others, helps you professionally

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin Seven years ago, Joe Dean, Senior Creative Services Producer for Zolo in Bend, Ore., met Editor Bryan Johnson. That meeting and their subsequent friendship, he says, opened his eyes to making better commercials. “Anything he (Bryan) taught… Continue Reading