Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA


May 31, 2012

Chariton Dish dealer attends summit

CENTERVILLE — Local Chariton business, Satellite Guy LLC, authorized Dish retailer, attended Team Summit in Orlando, Fla.

Pictured with Charlie Ergen, Dish chairman and co-founder and Jim Defranco, co-founder and executive vice president of sales. The 15th annual Dish Team Summit enabled retailers from all over the United States to exchange knowledge, attend training seminars and learn of all the recent innovations Dish has to offer.

Eric Pike, owner and Janet Briggs, Chariton office manager, took several training seminars in which Janet received a Certificate in Sales Science. Satellite Guy LLC was very excited learning more about Hopper and Joey, whole home HD DVR and its new feature Auto Hop, which automatically skips past commercials.

Dish is expanding into professional businesses, doctor offices and hair salons.

Dish Latino has various packages offered for the Latino customers as well.

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The Iowegian wants readers to think about building code compliance. One Centerville resident at Monday's City Council meeting proposed the city create two new positions in the police department to only deal with minimum housing and nuisance abatement issues. The city currently has George Johnson as the only employee assigned to enforce building code compliance issues. Does Centerville need more than just Johnson to enforce code compliance issues? So, the question of the week is, "Should Centerville hire additional help to assist George Johnson enforce building code compliance issues?"

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