TCI In Our Community

We believe people are our most important asset.  We are a family-owned business committed to our employees and our community.  We provide a positive work environment, good jobs with benefits, and the opportunity for people to advance.  The work we do in the community is an important part of this.
- Brian Hemlock, President

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We are dedicated to our community by supporting Ravena Coeymans Selkirk (RCS) high school and local not-for-profits.  TCI Awards Scholarships to RCS High School Seniors and provides rewarding paid internship opportunities.  We support the school’s drama and athletic programs.  TCI is involved with Helping Harvest holding a company-wide food drive.  Every year we assist the Riverview Baptist Church annual Block party, youth programs and summer camp. TCI and its employees support the VFW Post 9594, RCS Library, Ravena Rescue Squad, Historical Society and the Ravena Friendship Festival.  We are proud to contribute to our region’s quality of life through financial support of students and not-for-profit organizations.

TCI Committed to Community Every Day

We strongly believe in our obligations to our neighbors and to the larger community in which we live and work.  
- John Barr, Operations Manager

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TCI is committed to operating our business in a manner that is safe and unobtrusive to our neighbors, protective of the environment, and beneficial to the regional economy through our employment, tax payments and spending with other local businesses.  TCI employs 40 people, pays approximately $100,000 per year in local taxes, and spends more than $200,000 annually with local businesses, from grocery stores and diners to gas stations and hardware stores.  We pay a living wage with strong benefits. Providing jobs in the community promotes growth and stability for all of those who live in the area.

Our customers are the power companies and utilities that keep all our lights on.  We strive to deliver great customer service and are ready to respond to whatever the customer needs.  
- Lisa Leone-Beers, Executive Director of Sales

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