KAC

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KACKyoto Art Center (Kyoto, Japan)
KACKonami Arcade Championship (gaming)
KACKirkland Arts Center (Kirland, WA)
KACKorean American Coalition
KACKashmiri American Council
KACKuwait Airways Corporation
KACKansas Association of Counties (Topeka, KS)
KACKansas Arts Commission
KACKentucky Annual Conference (United Methodist Church)
KACKnights Armament Company
KACKearney Agricultural Center
KACKomatsu America Corporation (Peoria, IL)
KACKenitra Athletic Club (Moroccan football club; est. 1938)
KACKyudo Association of Canada (archery)
KACKelly Aviation Center (San Antonio, TX)
KACKids Advocacy Coalition (Tifton, GA)
KACKeyboard and Chair
KACKanematsu Aerospace Corporation (Japan)
KACKing Alfreds College (Winchester, UK)
KACKiwi Asian Club (Auckland University students club)
KACKeep America Connected
KACKnights American Cheer (UK cheerleading program)
KACKids Against Crime
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The Coalition to Keep America Connected was founded by the Independent Telephone and Telecommunications Alliance (ITTA), the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA), the Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telecommunications Companies (OPASTCO) and the Western Telecommunications Alliance (WTA), whose collective memberships include more than 700 small and mid-size communications companies.
To simplify the process for our customers," Wilson said, "we handed out an informational flyer with an ad about the Coalition to Keep America Connected, along with a list of our state's congressional delegation contact information and a sample script asking for support.
Together, these individuals and organizations will work to keep America connected by urging policy-makers to adhere to the following three basic principles as they make modifications to the laws that govern communications in America:
The Coalition to Keep America Connected was founded by The Independent Telephone and Telecommunications Alliance (ITTA), National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA), Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telecommunications Companies (OPASTCO) and the Western Telecommunications Alliance (WTA), whose memberships include more than 700 small and mid-size communications companies.
As I listened to the list, I realized that they are qualities that apply to all leaders and I urge you to keep them in mind as you lead your telco, and your community, in the struggle to keep America connected.
In October, the Coalition to Keep America Connected embarked on a mission to educate policy-makers and the public about the vital role community-based telecom providers play in bringing cutting-edge communications technologies to all Americans at affordable prices.
Working together, we have the ability to Keep America Connected.