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BRANSON, Mo., Feb. 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Rodney Ballance, Jr., President of Patriot Broadband, LLC and a veteran of the US Air Force, announced today that he has partnered with a group of investors to create America’s only Internet Service Provider franchise company. Using the successful model of a hybrid fixed wireless and fiber optic internet provider, the group has formed Patriot Broadband Franchise, LLC. to provide high-speed internet (broadband) to rural areas of America.

According to the Federal Communication Commission, almost 40 percent of rural Americans don’t have access to the minimal standard for broadband internet. This franchise company allows people who live in areas impacted by the current crisis to purchase a franchise, and have the group assist them with setting up a Broadband connection for their communities. Patriot Broadband will provide these communities with a direct link to the “backbone” of the Internet, just like their friends and family in the city enjoy. Franchisees will then install service to residential and business customers within their territory.

This means the creation of hundreds of jobs, but also provides access to affordable, unlimited high-speed Internet to millions of Americans. These locally owned franchises will provide access to online education, healthcare, news and entertainment, and allow rural citizens the opportunity to work from home.

“We can’t wait on Government to fix this, and it’s not profitable enough for large corporations,” said Ballance. “Throughout history, whenever Americans are in need, Patriots always step up and get the job done.” Ballance went on to announce that preferential treatment will be given to fellow veterans who have the desire to own a franchise. In addition, Patriot Broadband will donate a portion of every dollar earned to the Wounded Warrior Project.

Patriot Broadband is currently accepting applications for potential franchisees as well as individuals and businesses seeking a new choice for rural Internet service. This is not a satellite internet company. For more information visit

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