Gateway Fiber Celebrates Arrival to the Region with Ribbon Cutting
Chief Marketing and Sales Officer John Meyer, Heath Sellenriek, Managing Partner with Gateway Fiber along with their employees and corporate partners celebrated the arrival of an alternative choice for 100% fiber optic networking in St. Charles County with a ribbon cutting on Monday, May 17, 2021.
Dignitaries on hand included Missouri Governor Mike Parsons, City of St. Peters Mayor Len Pagano and Aldermen Rocky Reitmeyer, Nick Trupiano, Terri Violet, Joyce Townsend, Melissa Reimer and Patrick Barclay. Christa Montgomery representing the office of Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer and many area Missouri State Representatives and St. Charles County Council Members, as well as, members of the Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce board of directors and ambassadors joined in the festivities.
Gateway Fiber is a locally owned and operated Internet Service Provider who offers 100% fiber optic internet with speeds up to 1GBps for residential and business customers. After a significant investment into community, Gateway Fiber is working on installing their fiber optic infrastructure to service the high-speed needs of their customers across Wentzville and St. Charles.
For more information on Gateway Fiber and to see if their high-speed internet is available in your city or to pre-order service, please visit GatewayFiber.com or call 888-201-4339 Monday – Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.