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Appleton, WI – Time Warner Cable (TWC) recently recognized ten employees from Wisconsin as winners of the company’s Mission & Values Performance (MVP) Award program. Oshkosh resident Jeff Watson is among the ten honorees for the 2011 4th quarter MVP award. A total of sixty-two employees from TWC-Wisconsin were nominated for the award during the 4th quarter.
Watson is a coordinator in TWC's Drop Bury Technical Operations department. As an MVP winner, he will now be eligible to win the MVP Employee of the Year Award. Employees who win this honor are awarded an all expense paid trip for two to Puerto Rico in March 2012. Time Warner Cable has been recognizing MVPs since 1997.
“We congratulate Jeff on this accomplishment. Our MVP honorees have an outstanding work ethic and commitment to excellence, whether it’s their daily interactions with co-workers or the way they help our customers. The MVP award is the highest honor Time Warner Cable gives to its employees. I congratulate all of our 4th quarter winners here in Wisconsin,” says Tom Adams, regional vice president of operations for TWC-Wisconsin.
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Stacy Zaja / Time Warner Cable