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March 09, 2009

New Company Competes with Cable and Dish Satellite

By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor

A new company, Home Stations Installations, that recently opened in West Pittston, Pennsylvania, President/CEO Gary Zurenda of Exeter, Pennsylvania said he has been working on this concept for the past year and has now unveiled its business deal with DTV converter boxes and digital antennas.
Gary Zurenda, founder/originator of ticket plus, a computerized ticket company founded in 1986, has now entered into a niche market, and realizes that although his company is very new with Home Stations Installations pitted against established cable and satellite companies that have been in business for the last 30 years, he aims to free people from a monthly bill and use this money for other needs.
Zurenda unveiled a 50/100 person call center and is putting 10,000 plus installers nationwide to work immediately. Zurenda is confident that President Barack Obama’s government will encourage and assist people to start new business during the current economic scenario.
Claiming that his company can easily install thousands of homes per week, Executive Director Colleen Daly informed that a lot of people want free DTV. He stressed that the poor, shut-ins, and misfortunate must have at least one television working in case of a crisis.
“I met with two high ranking Senators' offices and one high ranking Congressman's office, and they are still not sure how to help. I suggested a government coupon to the very needy.”
Home Stations Installations has decided to give a 10 percent discount to seniors and veterans. You can reach this national company at 1-877-474-3887 or visit them on the Web. The company’s professional technicians will visit home and hook up their products or company’s products for a one time affordable fee.
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Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jessica Kostek