CN and the Salvation Army

Connected Nation’s staff not only works to bring opportunities to all people through #broadband but we also believe in supporting the work of other nonprofits in our communities. Pictured: Samantha Bailey and Dawn Clark as they delivered food and money collected by CN staff to the Salvation Army.


Connected Nation launched its new website on February 1, 2018. Hatfield Media, based in Louisville, Kentucky, helped us create a user-friendly site that is engaging and accessible across multiple platforms. They did so with a challenging deadline that included working with multiple websites. Below is a blog first published on Hatfield’s own website on February 27, 2018.  It includes great …

Northwest Pennsylvania Broadband Initiative: A Plan to Connect Residents, Schools, Businesses

Meadville, PA. (January 24, 2018) – After six months of research, the Northwest Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission, working in partnership with Connected Nation, has completed an in-depth assessment of the region’s current broadband environment and developed a Technology Action Plan to address its future needs. This plan identifies key projects and actions that can be taken to improve broadband …

Connected Nation Again Named Among The Best Places to Work in Kentucky

Bowling Green, Ky. (January 18, 2018) – Connected Nation, Inc. has once again been named among the Best Places to Work in Kentucky. This is the 8th year that the nonprofit has received the distinction. “This honor reflects not only our commitment to our mission but to our staff,’” said Tom Ferree, Chairman and CEO for Connected Nation. “We make a point …

‘Feed the Need’ Food Drive

Connected Nation’s office located in Bowling Green, Kentucky participated in United Way’s ‘Feed the Need’ food drive.  During this activity, employees are encouraged to collect non-perishable food items to be donated to local food banks.  Learn more about United Way.