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Telecom

New Team Member Jonathan Ettere

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New Team Member Jonathan EttereThe Cell Site Disguise Guys® would like to introduce you to our New Team Member Jonathan Ettere. With his decade of Sales and Marketing and Project Management experience, Jonathan joins the team ready to be our Manufacturer’s Rep in The Mid-Atlantic/New England States. He has worked with many companies such as VZW, Sprint, TMOB, ATT, Crown, American TWR, planning and designing telecom projects to completion.

His most recent venture of manufacturing of stock and custom made Radio-Frequency (RF) transparent solutions for both the United States and Canadian telecom industry deems him a leader who will bring to the table the ability to coordinate, facilitate and lead a project from start to finish.

To read more about Jonathan click below to read our full newsletter.

The Dunn Edwards InstaColor® App

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Dunn Edwards InstaColor® AppWho doesn’t love a tool that makes their job easier?! We, The Cell Site Disguise Guys®, would like to share with you one such tool that we are very excited to be using a lot more of this year. Introducing “The Dunn Edwards InstaColor® App”. You can use the app on your phone, which can be downloaded either through the itunes APP store or Android Google Play store  and there is also a desktop version.

Click the link to read all about it in our first Telecom newsletter of this year. Also in the newsletter, meet our newest team member, he is the one that told us about the tool!

CTIA Last Thoughts Before Showtime

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Hblog-post-ctia-expo-004-2016ave you read our latest newsletter on our last thoughts before showtime at the CTIA Super Mobility 2016? We’ve got a few things to say and we want to show you what “ugly and exposed” looks like and what “beautifully concealed” looks like and trust us you’ll want to go with “beautifully concealed” every time.

Snooze and you won’t get a Free Hall Pass – don’t say we didn’t try to tell you! Click the button below to register for your Free CTIA Hall Pass but hurry because you must complete this by August 29, 2016.

Booth 4452 is where we will be. Stop by and let’s get acquainted, tell us about your upcoming project and let’s see how we can work together.

Register!

Free CTIA Hall Pass Registration Ends Soon

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CTIA Registration Ends SoonHaven’t registered yet to attend CTIA Super Mobility 2016? Well what are you waiting for?! Click the button below to register and receive a complimentary Exhibits Pass. This pass allows three-day admission to the Exhibit Floor, CTIA Keynote sessions and free partner events September 7-9, 2016. You must complete your Registration by August 29, 2016. After that the Hall Pass offer becomes null and void and you’ll end up paying for a pass. Registration for the Hall Pass will NOT be accepted on-site or after the August 29, 2016 expiration date.

So be our guest – click the register button below and get yourself registered for free for this event. Stop by booth #4452 and let’s talk about how we can help with your next cell site concealment project.

Register!

Telecom Reseller talks Cell Tower Concealment

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Straight Talk Cell Tower Concealment

telecomreseller.com cell tower concealmentPeabody Engineering supports today’s major Tier 1 and Tier 2 telecommunications wireless carriers and companies with innovative cell tower concealment solutions.  Recently, Mark Peabody, CEO of Peabody Engineering, sat down with Telecom Reseller to discuss the powerful advantages of RFTC (RF transparent concealment) and the future of cell site design across the globe.

From cupolas to steeples, retail spaces and stand alone chimneys, there are so many great ways to extend cell tower reach with a limited investment in large scale stand-alone tower equipment.  In many cases, by using existing building infrastructure, cell tower concealment brings strong wireless connectivity to otherwise rural areas.

Listen to the entire podcast titled, “Cell Site Disguise By Design” here.