We’re in the thick of the holiday season and the excitement of gift-giving and decorations lights up the air. While it’s tempting to turn to online giants or big-box retailers for holiday shopping, there’s an increasing awareness and importance attached to shopping locally. In this post, we’ll explore why choosing to buy your holiday presents…
We’ve been pulling double duty lately. All for a very good reason. We’re pleased to announce a project we’ve been working on to bring high-speed fiber internet to areas east of Nooksack. In a joint effort with The Port of Bellingham, Whatcom County, and Washington State, PogoZone high-speed fiber internet is now available to over…
Summer is right around the corner and parents are starting to think about camps and programs to send their kids to. There’s the standard day camps, sport camps, even drama camps. Did you know more than ever summer tech camps for kids and teens are on the rise? These camps offer all kinds of opportunities for young people to explore their interest in technology and learn new skills.
The internet has been a game changer for local businesses, non-profits, and learning institutions. From Mom and Pop shops to large corporations, businesses of all sizes have leveraged the power of the internet to reach new audiences and customers, improve productivity, and increase revenue.
Let’s explore the impact of internet connectivity on local businesses, and how local, reliable and fast internet service can benefit companies in a variety of ways.
At PogoZone, we are committed to the communities that support us. In an effort to support local music (and our fellow co-worker), PogoZone supplies a van to The Penny Stinkers and CraigO’s Planet Groove to transport their gear to and from gigs. And this van is a real beaut, if we do say so ourselves.
As we hit record high temperatures this week, we’re reminded about the importance of staying hydrated and cool. But, not everybody has the luxury of air conditioning or the use of fans to cool them off. If you’re in need of some relief from the heat, here are some cooling stations in Whatcom and Skagit Counties.