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Cruzio Newsletter #215

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Friends and Neighbors Promo

Psst neighbor have I got a deal for you; two kittens and a laptop

Share the local internet love with our Friends and Neighbors promotion! If you live in a Cruzio Certified Building, refer Cruzio Internet to one of your neighbors and get $100 off your internet bill. Let your buddies know about how much you love fast, affordable, independent, and local internet. Save them from the clutches of big corporate telecoms!

When your neighbor signs up, have them use promo code ‘REFER’ plus your account number.

Your entry will look like this:
REFER – 00000

If you need to look up your account number, you can find it on the online portal, on your monthly bill, or give us call.

Once your neighbor has been connected for 3 months, we’ll apply the $100 credit to your account. Easy! And don’t worry, we’ll make sure your buddies are part of the deal too. They can thank you for a free installation and setup!

Now get out there and recommend some local internet to your friends and family!

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Terms and Conditions: $100 credit is applied after the third month of the referred customer’s new service. Not good with other deals and promotions. No cash value; account credit only. Promo start date 4/1/2023; only signups after this start date are eligible for this promotion. New Wireless Pro and Fiber Pro signups only. Promo end date 7/31/2023. There is no limit to the number of people a customer can refer – please, refer away!

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Cruzio Newsletter #212

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Equal Access & Pajaro Valley Shelter Services

Maria Sotelo’s daughters pictured here: Left: Yuriana 8th grade; Right: Jacqueline 12th grade. Jacqueline is planning to attend Cabrillo College after high school graduation to become a dental hygienist. “Ever since the pandemic hit, my daughters have been asked to do most of their schoolwork on their computers. Having internet access has made it so convenient for my kids to complete their homework at home.” -Maria Sotelo.

In January of this year, Cruzio Internet and Pajaro Valley Shelter Services (PVSS) partnered to bring internet connections to local families transitioning out of homelessness. This is the latest community partnership and infrastructure project funded by Equal Access Santa Cruz County, an initiative to close the digital divide in our region.

Pajaro Valley Shelter Services is a non-profit with a mission to help families experiencing homelessness transition into self-sufficiency and stable housing. At any given time, PVSS has up to 130 individuals – children and adults – residing in its shelter and housing programs and serves over 215 individuals annually. Homelessness is an issue pervasive in Santa Cruz County. As of the last count in 2019, there were over 2,000 estimated homeless individuals in the County, and that number has only seemed to increase since then. The pandemic was of no help. PVSS reports that the pandemic disproportionately impacted the predominantly Latinx, extremely low-income families that PVSS serves. In April 2020, a month into the pandemic, 57% of PVSS families lost their employment due to shutdowns and business slowdowns.

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