Carolina’s Calling

STEALTH recently attended Carolina Wireless Association’s Annual Golf Tournament in Pinehurst, NC.

The tournament was great success with over 300 people in attendance, raising $20,000 for Victory Junction. Victory Junction is a camp for chronically ill children. You can find out more by visiting their website here.

STEALTH not only had a golf team, but also had a table at Hole #10 on Course #3. Pinehurst generously allowed some members of Carolina Wireless to play on Course #2 which will be home to the Men’s and Women’s US Open Championships starting June 9. The course was in full preparation mode for the upcoming tournament.

Take a look at the photo below of STEALTH’s team which include Drew Anderson (STEALTH’s Sales Representative), Caroline Blount of B&T Engineering, Skeeter Delo of AWS, and Jeff Latzko of Fullerton Engineering.


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A Day Shooting Clays

STEALTH loves to support the Wireless Associations around the U.S.

We recently participated in Pennsylvania Wireless Association’s Clay Shoot in Coplay, PA. We love the opportunity to showcase our clay shooting skills, network with our colleagues in the industry, and give back to charities. The Pennsylvania Wireless Clay Shoot raised $9,500 to benefit the Hubble Foundation and CityTeam International.The Hubble Foundation raises money and awareness for tower climbing safety. You can check out their story here. CityTeam International is a drug and alcohol addiction recovery program located in Chester, PA.

Check out photos of STEALTH’s Mid-Atlantic Sales Representative, Jeff Hohman, at the event here!

The Island is Calling

STEALTH recently completed fabrication on a flagpole concealment that is located on Sanibel Island, FL.

The flagpole stands at 149 feet and has room for six wireless carriers. STEALTH went the extra mile to ensure this flagpole concealment met the needs of both the city and the wireless carriers. The flagpole concealment features a specialized halyard and pulley system, as well as, specialized lighting to protect the sea turtles of the region.

After a little bit of a delay, the site is finally on-air. According to an article by Inside Towers, “…The recently installed cell phone tower disguised as a flag pole has been activated and Verizon customers should start seeing an improvement in service. Verizon is currently in negotiations to permit AT&T to co-locate on the pole, as is required by the city. The purpose of this installation was to improve safety as well as enhance wireless service and coverage on the island with an aesthetically pleasing structure.”

STEALTH was happy to provide a solution that made everyone happy!