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PCN Announces Vice President of Development

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Camp Hill, PA, August 25, 2021 –(PR.com)– Brett A. Mayer, MBA, of Douglassville, was recently named Vice President of Development for PCN (Pennsylvania Cable Network). With Mayer’s expertise, PCN is launching a new development initiative based on its 501(c)(3) nonprofit status and incorporating this change across its marketing endeavors.

“I am very excited to have Brett Mayer join PCN,” said Debra Kohr Sheppard, President and CEO. “Brett brings a knowledge of Pennsylvania’s landscape and an impressive fundraising background to lead this new development effort.”

Since its incorporation, PCN has relied primarily on cable system revenue to fund the network and has received no state or federal tax dollars. The trend toward citizens “cutting” cable television has resulted in a decline of revenue to PCN. “With Brett’s experience and leadership,” Sheppard stated, “PCN is now poised to begin its new fundraising…

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