Gallup NM Spring Fling

Gallup, NM – Spring Fling Event

Ethos Broadband was happy to participate in Millennium Media’s Easter Spring Fling last Saturday March 30th 2024.  ­The team at Millennium Media threw another fun event at Ford Canyon Park where there were numerous giveaways for the littles ones and the adults alike. Participants such as Walmart and Blue Cross Blue Shield showed up in full force with teams that helped create a day of excitement for families in the Gallup community. Ethos was happy to give away two Nintendo Switch’s as we are introducing our newer technology that is built on the trusted foundation of Sacred Wind’s network.

We look forward to continue participating in and supporting the community of Gallup and surrounding areas by showing up to local events, sponsoring groups, and most importantly by upgrading the Sacred Wind network to bring the most cutting-edge technology available to rural America.

Grand Opening Celebration and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Ethos Broadband, a Commnet Broadband entity

Grand Opening Celebration and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Ethos Broadband, a Commnet Broadband entity.

March 27, 2024, Pojoaque High School – Ethos Broadband, a leading high speed internet provider, is thrilled to announce the launch of services in the following communities with a festive ribbon-cutting ceremony. The event took place on March 13, 2024 at 11:00am and was open to the public.

About the New Market: The new market launch marks a significant milestone for Ethos Broadband as we expand our presence to better serve high speed internet to the residents and businesses in the community.  This next-generation fixed wireless access (ngFWA) technology, has been officially deployed in the Pojoaque Valley District. This is the first of many upgraded networks that will equip residents and businesses of both Santa Fe and Rio Arriba County communities. 

Ethos Broadband along with United States Senator Ben Ray Lujan, Congresswomen, Teressa Ledger Fernandez, current Santa Fe Commissioner, Justin Greene, former Santa Commissioner, Henrey Roybal, Eric Moores, New Mexico Office of Broadband (OBAE), and Pojoaque Superintendent of Schools, Sondra Adams, as well as other community leaders joined in on this monumental event reinforcing our commitment to excellence in these serving areas.

Scott Horne, CEO “We are proud to partner with the State of New Mexico, SantaFe County and the community of Pojoaque to provide true broadband to the homes and businesses in the area. This would not be possible without the work of everyone here today and many other Commnet Broadband employees who made this launch happen.”

About Ethos Broadband, a Commnet Broadband entity: Commnet has been the backbone of rural networks in the United States for decades. We enable or directly deliver high-quality broadband communications services to Tribal Communities and Rural America, driving digital inclusion and providing access to education, work, healthcare, safety, entertainment, and community connectivity.

Through the power of partnerships, we enhance the effectiveness of our efforts. Working with local stakeholders means better service to tribal communities, rural telecommunication companies, organizations, and government agencies. Commnet works to enhance the lives of real people through any available avenue we can find.