Long Lines Wireless® Announces BlackBerry® Experts
SERGEANT BLUFF, IOWA (Thursday, December 2, 2010) - Forty-three Long Lines Wireless sales and customer service employees have recently earned certification from Research in Motion® as BlackBerry Retail Sales Experts. The certification is comprised of a four-level learning program designed to help representatives become experts in the use of powerful BlackBerry technology, including mobile access and applications designed to improve productivity and lifestyle.
The exclusive BlackBerry program is intended to improve customer experience by developing knowledgeable, consultative support for BlackBerry smartphone users and Long Lines Wireless customers. Long Lines Wireless is proud to serve its customers with more Certified BlackBerry Retail Sales Experts than any other carrier in the areas they serve.
The new Long Lines Wireless BlackBerry Retail Sales Experts are from various retail stores and departments, including Customer Care, Corporate, Enterprise & Small/Medium Business, Fort Dodge, Onawa, Sergeant Bluff, Sioux City, Sioux Falls, South Sioux City, Spencer, Spirit Lake and Storm Lake. The following Long Lines employees recently earned their designation as BlackBerry Retail Sales Experts: Alex DeLaO, Allen Regimbal, Amber Hopper, Amee Lundberg, Becky Sanders, Benjermen Piklapp, Bione Patton, Brandy McCarthy, Burke Lake, Candice Duckett, Chad Schincke, Cheraine Bromander, Chuck Gambell, Dawn Westlake, Denise Jennings, Donna Dubsky, Heath Ahlers, Jake Barnes, Jeff Donaldson, Jenny Douglas, Jessica Cleveland, Jim Sobaski, Juan Vasquez, Kamarat McWashington, Kathy Hummel, LaRessa Chase, Lucero Vasquez, Maria Anderson, Mary Huls, Matthew Starkson, Mayra Tapia, Natalie Delgadillo, Rita Narragon, Roxana Boteo, Ryan Schreiber, Samantha Harkness, Shanda Seybert, Steve Irwin, Teri Miller, Terrie Mook, Tom Boschen, Vi Newhard and Vince Boyd.
Long Lines works to provide the most up-to-date Phone, Cable TV, High Speed Internet and Wireless features to customers using the latest technology. Long Lines offers top quality services to more than 100 communities in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. Long Lines is focused on building communication networks that meet the needs of rural communities and urban centers throughout the Upper Midwest.