FOOTHILL.NET PRESS RELEASES

Foothill.Net in Placer County's "In Progress Online" March 2003 Issue
Press Release March 27, 2003

Foresthill ISP Credits Growth to Personal Touch

Foothill.Net, an Internet service provider located in Foresthill, was started from scratch eight years ago by Rick and Michelle Wagner. The company now has thousands of customers, mainly in its foothills service area, from Foresthill to Sacramento, but also many scattered across the country. The Wagners credit their strong customer base to their personal touch (a live person answers calls), first-class technical support, and top-notch web services, including one of the lowest-priced web hosting packages available. They pride themselves on keeping abreast of the latest advances in technology, and have recently introduced an online general interest magazine, "Gateway to the Universe." Foothill.Net employs about 20 people.



Foothill.Net General Manager Interviewed by Sacramento Business Journal
Press Release March 3, 2003

In the February 28, 2003 edition of the Sacramento Business Journal Ron Allbritain the general manager of Foothill.Net was interviewed for the Profile section of the weekly magazine. Check out the complete story at:
Profile Foothill.Net General Manager

New Domain at Foothill.Net
Press Release July 13, 2001
SACYMF.ORG

The Sacramento Section, Younger Member Forum of the American Society ofCivil Engineers hosts their own website at www.sacymf.org. We are a localcivil engineering society that focuses on professional development,community service, and educational outreach. We offer younger engineers theopportunity to meet other engineering professionals in the Sacramento areathrough our monthly meetings, socials, and technical tours. Two of ourprimary activities are organization of PE Review Courses twice a year forthe 8-hour, seismic, and surveying exams and our annual golf tournamentbenefiting the Make-A-Wish Foundation. We also focus on outreach tostudents in junior high and high schools, as well as college students atCSUS, UC Davis, UOP, and CSU Chico. Please visit our website to find outmore about what we do in your community.

If you or your company is interested in hosting a web site with Foothill.Net, please call our office at:
530.367.3818
530.887.7335
916.772.4937
or email us at:
sales@foothill.net


September 30, 2000
Press Release
Foothill.Net Installs Fiber

In 1999 Foothill.Net decided to expand its dominance in the four Counties and put in a Fiber optic backbone. Foothill.Net went looking for the site that would provide the highest bandwidth to its customers. After finding a location at the Airport Industrial Park, Foothill.Net ordered the fiber. In July of 2000 Pacific Bell placed the Fiber and has 2 OC12 Multiplexers (622 megabits each) at Foothill.Net's disposal. Foothill.Net has placed a M13 multiplexer and has ordered a Redback SMS 500.

September 2000
For Immediate Release:
Contact: Larry Clarke ext.123
Foothill.Net welcomes a new General Manager.

Foothill.Net, Inc., a Foresthill based Internet Service Provider, is making some major changes which will benefit internet users. Larry Clarke, former Chief Technology Officer for CeriStar, Inc., and retired Pacific Bell, Engineering and Technology Standards, has come on board to take over the day-to-day operations. This has enabled the Company to further streamline customer service and improve internet connection speed and allow the owners and former managers, Rick and Michele Wagner, the opportunity to expand the scope of the company. Look for new services that are scheduled to be added very shortly.
Foothill.Net, is a "premium" Internet Service Provider who offers friendly customer service with local calling from Auburn and many areas from the Sierra Foothills in Placer, El Dorado, Nevada and Sacramento Counties.

October 28, 1999
Foothill.net, A LOCAL INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER, LAUNCHES FALL '99 ISSUE OF "GATEWAY TO THE UNIVERSE" MAGAZINE

Foothill.Net, one of the top Internet Service Providers in the greater Sacramento area, created "Gateway to the Universe" magazine to help new Internet users get past the basic fear of new technology and new ways of communicating. [
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