Business Briefs 11/18

Local provider offers new technology
ENMR-Plateau, a regional telecommunications provider, is providing some area customers with “fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technologies,” according to a company news release.
The Pleasant Hill Exchange, which incorporates the Brettana and San Vincente residential sub-divisions in Clovis, will be the first residential community in New Mexico to have access to this “groundbreaking technology,” the release said.
Jeff Moore, Chief Operating Officer for ENMR’s Wireline Division, said “This network will be capable of carrying telephone and data service over fiber optic cables instead of the more traditional copper wires. Although there are other companies in the neighboring states that have this technology, ENMR-Plateau will be the first to deploy FTTH in our state.”
The release said the project is a trial that will be eventually expanded beyond the two housing additions in Clovis.

‘Cruise Night’ coming to Master’s Center
The Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce will host “Cruise Night” at 7 tonight at The Master’s Center at 21st and Prince Streets.
“This is a social where you can learn more about the Chamber cruise to the Mexican Riviera next year,” a Chamber news release said.
“You can also purchase one of only 500 raffle tickets to win an all-expense paid cruise for two.”
For information, call 763-3435.

Roosevelte County to host Ag Expo
The Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor the 12th annual New Mexico Agriculture Expo at the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds Feb. 24-25.
The expo will include a tractor parade, educational seminars and demonstrations and it traditionally attracts potential buyers from New Mexico and Texas.
For information, contact the Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce at 1-800-635-8032 or by e-mail:

Business Digest is compiled by CNJ staff writer Jack King. He may be contacted at 763-6991, or by e-mail: