TWC Shares Stories on How It Makes Connections that Matter for Customers and Communities

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TWC Shares Stories on How It Makes Connections that Matter for Customers and Communities

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Learn how @TWC is making #TWConnections w/ customers 1 post at a time on http://MakingConnectionsThatMatter.com #Community
Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - 11:25am

CAMPAIGN: Making Connections That Matter

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Everyday at Time Warner Cable, we make Connections that Matter. From community partnerships to diversity and inclusion to green initiatives, TWC is connecting with customers and the communities it serves in meaningful ways. There are so many great stories to tell that fit under a connections strategic narrative. To highlight all these connections, TWC launched the MakingConnectionsThatMatter.com website in early 2014. The site’s purpose is to humanize the TWC brand.

Roxanne Romero-Agredano, Integrated Communication Manager for TWC’s Communications Strategy team, oversees the day-to-day operations of the website.  She’s always looking for newsworthy and fresh content from across the TWC footprint and enterprise functions to help tell our connections story.  She recently began collecting compliments we receive from customers and started posting them.  It’s just one example, but really showcases what our employees do to go above and beyond for our customers. 

Visit MakingConnectionsThatMatter.com to learn more about how TWC is making connections that matter. Below is a sample of the site’s content− a link to the latest “Communities & Coverage. Connected” television spot that emphasizes TWC’s commitment to provide Internet and services to everyone in the communities we serve.

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Roxanne Romero-Agredano
+1 (310) 647-6676
Time Warner Cable
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CAMPAIGN: Making Connections That Matter

CONTENT: Blog