Eagle Marketing was founded by John Shimota in 2000 after working for Primus Marketing for 2 years. What sets Eagle Marketing apart from other manufactures representatives is the experienced management and regional coverage to manage key distribution accounts, end users, engineers and contractors. We offer extensive knowledge of the Central Office and Outside Plant Network for the Service Provider market in an office location that is convenient for educating, training resources and displaying of our manufactures’ products to those require it. With the features and benefits of Eagle Marketing, this allows the manufacture’s we represent a reduction in the direct sales force needed to cover this market. And because of our existing relationships and the other lines represented in this market, it allows us to be in front of those key decision makers more often than if only one line was represented.
States covered include: Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Upper Pennisula of Michigan, Wisconsin. We are open to representing products in Hawaii. :)
Still not sure if Eagle Marketing is the right choice for you? We are convinced that our qualifications speak for themselves. Here is an overview of our top creative talent:
John Shimota Oliver Crane
President Regional Sales Manager
S-MN, MT, SD N-MN, ND, WI, UP of MI
Ben Kolbe Tacia Babcock
Reginal Sales Manager Inside Sales Manager
Business Administration Manager
12576 Parkwood Drive, Burnsville, MN 55337 Phone: 952-253-9950 Fax: 952-253-9953
Over the years, Eagle Marketing has helped hundreds of clients hone their telecommunication strategies to meet the demands of the modern marketplace.
January 4, 2019
Eagle Marketing has joined the Minnesota Rural Eleactic Association as a Vendor Member. Here is more information on who the MREA is: "MREA’s mission is “to provide valued service promote unity among our members through collaborative leadership and expertise.” MREA works hard to provide service to ALL members – large and small – without regard to their size. This can be challenging as we recognize the incredible diversity that exists among our members. Our members range from co-ops with 1,900 consumers to co-ops that serve more than 129,000 consumers. Our members are diverse in other ways too, including their geographic location, which generation and transmission co-op provides their wholesale power, how many states they operate in, etc. Although MREA responds to a wide range of issues, our goal is to always act in the best interests of all members. Whether we’re connecting members to the information they need, conducting a safety service day, or lobbying at the capitol, MREA’s purpose is to create value for each member and maintain unity among our co-op members."
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December 13, 2018
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue today announced that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is offering up to $600 million in loans and grants to help build broadband infrastructure in rural America. Telecommunications companies, rural electric cooperatives and utilities, internet service providers and municipalities may apply for funding through USDA’s new ReConnect Program to connect rural areas that currently have insufficient broadband service. Answering the Administration’s call to action for rural prosperity, Congress appropriated funds in the fiscal year 2018 budget for this broadband pilot program. USDA Rural Development is the primary agency delivering the program, with assistance from other federal partners. More information at: USDA.gov
The Connect America Fund Phase II (Phase II) is part of the Commission’s reform and modernization of its universal service support programs. In 2018, the Commission conducted an auction (Auction 903) to allocate Phase II support to certain eligible areasacross the United States. Auction 903 ran from July 24, 2018 to August 21, 2018. 103 bidders won $1.49 billion over 10 years to provide fixed broadband and voice services to over 700,000 locations in 45 states. (See full auction results.)
February 1, 2018