Nextlink Internet Offering Free Installation When You Donate to the Food Bank of Abilene
Until December 15, Nextlink Abilene will be hosting a canned food drive to benefit the Food Bank of Abilene, Inc.
You can bring shelf-stable food items to Nextlink Abilene (1181 Ben Richey Dr), and all proceeds will help fight hunger directly here in Abilene and the Big Country. You can also contact them at (855) 698-5465 to schedule pickup for your food drive donations.
Nextlink is also showing their appreciation by offering FREE installation and one month of service on them when you donate to the food drive, in order to say thank you for supporting a local cause and giving back to the community.
Here's a quick list of what to include in your donation:
- Canned or pouch tuna
- Canned or pouch chicken
- Pouch brisket
- Chili (with or without beans)
- Hearty soups
- Fruit cups
- Peanut butter
- Granola bars
- Protein bars
- Trail mix
- Jam or Jelly (no glass jars)
- Instant oatmeal
- Shelf-stable milk
- Pasta sauces
- Bread or cake mixes
- Shelf-stable condiments (ketchup, mustard, soy sauce)
- Bottled drinks (water, juices, sports drinks)
- Cooking oils (vegetable oil, olive oil)
- Instant coffee
- Powdered coffee creamer
- Cooking sprays
Nextlink is a Houston-based Internet service provider bringing high-speed internet and voice services to rural residents and groups in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois. They use fixed wireless and state-of-the-art fiber optic technology to underserved enterprise, commercial, residential, educational, medical, and government agency markets.
With Nextlink, it's all about the rural and semi-rural customer; they offer high-speed Internet plans with quality service while prioritizing customer service. You can check them out online here.