As a local family owned business, ATC has been providing service to its customers since 1929 beginning in the home of Grandma Breslin serving customers from a Magneto Switchboard 24
hours a day 365 days a year. Known as "Central" Jeanette Breslin served the community for over 35 years helping all in need with her kindness and a caring nature. This same love of community has been passed down for the last five generations bringing commitment and pride to the communities that they served.
ATC takes pride in its commitment to serving the communities by dedicating time and finance to numerous community events and projects within their service areas. From school sponsored events to hosting three adopt-a-highway sections, community recycling, and local chamber involvement. ATC takes its commitment to serving seriously.
ATC Sponsored Community Events
Diamondfield Jack 5K Fun Run
For the past two years on the fourth of July ATC Communication has co-sponsored the Diamondfield Jack 5K Fun run with the Albion Valley Pride. From helping to set the course to registering runners to providing prizes and snacks, employees step up to the plate to assist in this fun event. Click here for more information.
Arbor Day School Contest
ATC organized and sponsored a poster contest for the local 5th grade classroom. Each student was provided with an 11X14 poster to put their talents and creativity to work designing the best poster to relate the importance of trees in our lives. A school assembly was held to plant a tree in honor of the winning student and his/or her class. Gift cards were also awarded to the top three participants for outstanding posters.
ATC Communication has adopted three adopt-a-highway sections in Albion, Malad and Arco. Employees of ATC maintain these two mile stretches of highway both in the Spring and in the Fall.
ATC Communications has been actively involved with a recycling project within their Albion community. One of our terrific Customer Service Representative's within ATC's Albion office chose a personal goal to help ATC go green by getting a large recycling bin placed in our back lot. She set up the office for recycling paper, cans and cardboard. ATC then involved the community by offering these facilities to the citizens of our community in an effort to get everyone involved in the Go Green project.
ATC has been providing valuable information to the Kindergarten and First grade students in the Albion, Arco, Malad and surrounding area elementary schools with a 911 presentation provided by their Public Relations Specialist. Each Fall students gather
together in classrooms, libraries or gymnasiums to hear the Do's and Don'ts for calling 911. At the end of the presentation each student is provided with a 911 package of coloring books, stickers, book marks and valuable information to take home and share their knowledge of the importance of 911.