2018-08-08 / Front Page

Free live stream arena events

Endeavor Communications is continuing its commitment to local community outreach by offering live stream recordings of county fair events in the Putnam County Farm Bureau Arena. Endeavor live streamed the days’ events as well as the evenings’ Grand Drives starting on July 15 and ending July 21. Cattle, sheep, swine show videos, and more are now available for free on Endeavor’s YouTube channel.

“The 4H in cooperation with the Putnam County Fair help our young people to gain premiere leadership and real-life skills. The fair is a community showcase. From youth displaying their hard work, to small businesses supporting the fair through monetary donations and volunteering their time, the month of July is an exciting time to watch our community unify as one,” stated Kathy Morgan, Endeavor’s Customer Engagement and Media Relations Coordinator.

Endeavor is committed to reaching out to offer more live streaming event programming that’s of interest to our local communities. “Endeavor offers live streaming of local high school events such as football, baseball tournaments, basketball games, and we are looking to expand our event offerings in the future,” continued Morgan. “This was our second year live streaming the Putnam County Fair and we are so excited about the fact that Grandma and Grandpa will be able to tune in and see these exciting events without having to travel through multiple states!”

If you missed a show you can now watch online at the weEndeavor YouTube channel.

For more information contact Kathy Morgan kmorgan@weendeavor. com 1-800-922-6677 or Elizabeth Meyer emeyer@weendeavor.com

For more information contact Kathy Morgan kmorgan@weendeavor.com 1-800-922-6677 or Elizabeth Meyer emeyer@weendeavor.com

Endeavor Communications was founded in 1950 as a telephone provider to small towns and rural areas. Today, Endeavor provides landline phone, wireless service, high speed internet, television, security systems, medical alert systems, and IT services to approximately 9,000 telephone customers, 7,200 internet customers, 3,400 television customers and over 500 security customers located in parts of Putnam, Owen, Hendricks, Morgan, Tipton, Hamilton, Parke, and Clay counties.

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