SANTA`S OTHER HELPERS

PALMETTO RURAL TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE
Vol. 2, No. 6 | November/December 2012
CONNECTION
SANTA'S
OTHER
HELPERS
Broadband helps shop
keep the Lowcountry in
the spirit year-round
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FROM THE CEO
This is the time of year when
we all think of connections
A
round the holidays, most of us will
connect with friends and family, some
of whom we may not have seen in a
while. We’ll connect with our community by
helping out those of us who are less fortunate.
The smell of hot cider and the taste of holiday
food can connect us to memories of Christmases gone by. At many houses, the ornaments
on our trees are connected to the friend who
gave it to us or the place we were when we got
it.
As a telephone, broadband and television
company, PRTC is all about connections as
well. Connections are so important to us that
we chose Connection as the name for this
magazine!
The most obvious connections we provide
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our community. But what's more important is
the connections between people, businesses
and other groups that our network facilitates.
In this issue, you can read about how a local
shopkeeper and a restaurant owner use those
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You’ll also read about how one local family uses our services to stay connected to a
husband and father serving our country on the
other side of the planet.
All three of these examples make me proud
to be a part of the company that provides such
connections. As a member and part-owner of
this cooperative, you should also be proud.
That brings me to our most important con-
nection of all — our connection with you!
Unlike giant corporate phone and Internet
providers, our customers are a part of our
operation. We build and send out this magazine to keep you connected with your cooperative and let you know what’s going on. That
important connection is also why next month,
you will notice a bigger magazine with more of
the stories, information and recipes you love.
Through a regional partnership, we will be
doubling the size of the Connection.
But, enough talk about business. We’ll have
more details about that in the January/February issue. For now, I hope you get plenty of
opportunities to share some of those special
connections with your loved ones this season.
Everyone at PRTC would like to join me in
wishing you the happiest of holiday seasons, a
Merry Christmas and a happy start to the New
Year! !
Jason Dandridge
is Chief Executive
Officer for PRTC
is a member­owned cooperative providing a complete telecommunications solution (voice, Internet, digital TV and wireless phone) to the homes and businesses of Colleton County, South Carolina.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
District 1 ­ Brian Ackerman
District 2 ­ Cynthia “Cindy” Colson
District 3 ­ Donald Wood
District 4 ­ Joanne Herndon
District 5 ­ Michael Crosby
District 6 ­ Furman Hodges
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District 9 ­ Travis Avant
District 10 ­ Lynn Tanner
PALMETTO RURAL TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE
CONNECTION
is a bimonthly newsletter
published by Palmetto Rural Telephone Cooperative, © 2012. It is distributed without charge to all member/owners of the Cooperative.
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P.O. Drawer 1577
Walterboro, SC 29488
Telephone: 843­538­2020
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Cindy Corley straightens the branches of the "Peacock Tree" at her shop, Old Bank Christmas and Gifts, in Downtown Walterboro.
Lodge members beginning switch to fiber
Fiber crews are hard at work in and around Colleton County, and
some customers are starting to see the fruits of the crews’ labor.
Beginning this month, PRTC staff will be calling members in
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all of our members have been switched to the new network.
Remote DVR gives members flexibility
Millions of folks around the country will be traveling this holiday season. And with the
added stress of holiday shopping, parties and pageants, it can be easy to forget to record
your favorite shows.
PRTC has a solution. Our Remote DVR (RDVR) system allows you to access your
recording schedule from any computer or mobile device. Once you create an account, it’s
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Remote DVR. Once you create a username and password on the TV, you can then use that
login information to access the DVR remotely from the RDVR website (see box below).
For additional assistance, see the RDVR article on Page 28 of your Digital TV User
Guide.
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On the ‘Rize’
Sausage and company
make Rizer’s Pork &
Produce a local favorite
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he sausage alone is worth the drive. But when people visit
Phillip Rizer’s restaurant in Lodge, they come for more than
just the pork.
“I’ve got two reasons to come here,” says Russ Kinard, of Lodge.
“He’s got good food and he’s a good friend.”
By the looks of his packed dining room and the line at his buffet,
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diners spill out into the gravel parking lot eating with their plate on
the hood of a truck or sitting on a tailgate. “We cook food the old
country way,” says Rizer, who opened Rizer’s Pork & Produce in
2004. “We draw from everywhere. It’s nice to provide a service to
people who appreciate it.”
Diners say the sausage, collards, pork chops, pound cake
and beans are some of Rizer's specialties.
Rizer's customers enjoy watching sports or getting caught
up on news or weather on the dining room's television.
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Phillip Rizer has built his business in Lodge on fresh food
and old friendships.
Rizer jokes around and checks in with customers throughout
their meals, jumping in on conversations about logging trucks, the
year’s corn crop and the most recent episodes of "Duck Dynasty."
While many of the customers are regulars, Rizer is also quick to
welcome and get to know newcomers. “We have new customers
from everywhere,” says Rizer, who has met diners from as far away
as Alaska and Australia.
A few years back, Rizer decided the dining room needed something more. He bought a 47-inch television and added PRTC’s
digital TV package. Usually, Rizer puts the TV on a news channel or
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himself on the food. The buffet is loaded with barbecue pork, sausage, pork chops, collards, macaroni, beans and more. Fridays mean
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the vegetables as much as I like the pork chops,” says diner Buddy
Ulmer from Walterboro.
For years, Rizer’s family grew crops around Lodge and ran a sizable hog farm. But when pork prices “tanked” in 1998, he decided
he needed to branch out and open a produce store. The restaurant
came a few years later. “We knew we had to either form a niche
market or get out of the business,” Rizer says.
Judging by the full dining room, he’s got plenty of friends who
are glad he decided to stay in business. !
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ornaments at their shop downtown.
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shelves. Welcome to Cindy Corley’s Old
Bank Christmas & Gifts. “People come in
at different times of the year, but they do all
of their Christmas shopping here,” Corley
says.
For the past nine years, Corley and her
husband John have run the shop trying to
meet Colleton County’s festive needs. The
idea for the shop came from a visit to Frankenmuth, Mich., where the couple visited
Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland. Though
Corley had always loved decorating for
Christmas, Bronner’s — the world’s largest
Christmas shop — made quite an impact
on her. “I fell in love,” she says. “After I saw
theirs, I said ‘I can do this.’”
Though her shop operates on a smaller
scale than Bronner’s, Corley has grown the
store to include bakery items, candles and
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10 trees at any given time. The shop is also
one of the few places to see a Thanksgiving
or a Halloween tree.
“There is so much to see that you can’t
see it all in one trip,” Corley says.
But keeping up with such an inventory
is no Christmas miracle. It takes planning,
hard work and a high-speed Internet connection from PRTC. “If we didn’t have
high-speed Internet we couldn’t function,”
Corely says.
Her suppliers have made changes as well.
When she opened, a sales rep from each
vendor would come by annually with a stack
of catalogs. Now, if a salesperson comes by
they bring a laptop or a tablet. “Now, if you
don’t have the Internet, you can’t see their
products,” Corely says. “I’m just able to
quickly look up anything I need.”
That’s not the kind of technology you
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the old with the new. Earlier this year they
were recognized with a Paul Jacob Walters
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they also create a crushed marble ornament every Christmas of historic buildings
around town. In the past, they have featured
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‘look at my daddy’ and then she’ll wave,” says her mother, PRTC
customer service representative Melanie Kinsey.
That’s because James A. Kinsey has spent much of the year
stationed in Kuwait with the National Guard. Until he gets home,
which is scheduled to happen in January, video chatting over
PRTC’s broadband network is the only way Jakema has to see her
dad and show him things like the new shoes she got to start the
school year.
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According to statistics from the Pew Research Center, the Kinseys aren’t the only ones logging on to talk face-to-face with loved
ones. The Pew study found 19 percent of Americans have tried
video calls, video chat or teleconferencing. Among Internet users,
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The statistics also show that on a typical day in 2010, four
percent of American Internet users used video chat, which was an
increase from just two percent in 2009. That increase, experts say,
is due to more people having access to broadband networks like
PRTC’s and more computers coming with built-in cameras.
And while those numbers don’t mean much to Jakema, she’s
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about school and other news, Kinsey gets time to talk with her husband. “He always says he’s just ready to come home,” she says.
But even top-notch technology doesn’t make the goodbyes any
easier. “When he says he has to go and we have to disconnect, we
don’t want to,” Kinsey says. “That’s the hardest part.”
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in places like Colleton County than in more urban areas. The Pew
report shows that about 27 percent of city-dwelling Web surfers use
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her father, James
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Kuwait.
of Internet users in rural areas.
But PRTC CEO Jason Dandridge says it doesn’t matter where
people live, they deserve fast, reliable Internet service. “PRTC has
always been about connecting people and as the technology changes, we plan to continue to offer the tools to connect,” he says. “This
time of year is tough for long-distance families, especially those in
the military. Families like the Kinseys and others in our service area
with loved ones spread far and wide should have the same ability to
connect as people in big cities.” !
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Appetizers for the holiday season
The need for quick and easy appetizers runs high during the holiday season. There are always those drop­in guests to feed and last­minute parties to attend. So make sure you have the ingredients on hand to make these delicious appetizers that will not only impress your guests, but also leave you time to enjoy their company — which is, after all, one of the most important things about the holidays.
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