U.S. Cellular Donates Crocheted Blankets to Childhelp Tennessee
Pictured from left to right: Pamela Dickey, director of Childhelp Tennessee; Omari Spence, customer service coach at the U.S. Cellular Knoxville Customer Care Center; Jeanette Petree; and Hugh Nystrom, director of program operations for Childhelp Tennessee.
KNOXVILLE -- Jeanette Petree, customer service representative at the U.S. Cellular Knoxville Customer Care Center, recently presented three boxes of colorful, handmade children's blankets that she crocheted to donate to Childhelp Tennessee.
The Childhelp Children's Advocacy Center in Knoxville provides all of the services needed by an abuse victim in a single child-friendly location, and children who receive a full medical check-up at the center will be given one of Petree's unique blankets.
The U.S. Cellular Customer Care Center in west Knoxville employs more than 450 associates who are committed to elevating the wireless experience for every customer on the wireless carrier's high-speed nationwide network, which has the highest call quality and network satisfaction of any national carrier.
Published April 27, 2011