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Alaska Technology Leader MTA Announces New 6,000-sq. ft Location In Wasilla, Continuing Expansion
MTA Will Be Preferred Technology Provider of Shoppes at Sun Mountain; Requesting RFQs For Design of New Space
Palmer, Alaska – July 16, 2019 – MTA, Alaska’s best choice for technology and communications products, announced today that it will open a 6,000-sq. ft location in the Shoppes at Sun Mountain, the brand new, premier shopping destination in Wasilla, Alaska.
MTA will become the preferred technology provider of the Shoppes, powering the entire complex with high-speed Wi-Fi access. The new space is set to include a retail sales location, call center office and an experiential multi-use area that will benefit members, partners and the community with interactive, high-tech features.
MTA is seeking proposals from an experienced architectural design firm, to provide an interior design bid and build for two separate, adjoining spaces.
“Whether it’s measured by our increasing number of members, our groundbreaking new projects via our subsidiary MTA Fiber Holdings, LLC which is completing the first all-terrestrial fiber line to the contiguous United States, or new partnerships in areas like esports, MTA is continuing to expand in exciting, high-tech ways, and this new location is a perfect symbol of that,” said Michael Burke, CEO of MTA. “We’re honored to be the preferred technology provider of the Shoppes at Sun Mountain, and can’t wait for everyone to see the end result.”
“We can’t wait for our members, partners, and the rest of our local community to experience MTA in a whole new light with this location,” said Jessica Gilbert, Public Relations Manager at MTA. “To be a part of the Shoppes at Sun Mountain moving forward puts MTA in one of the premier new retail locations in our area, where visitors will be able to look forward into the future of technology and innovation.”
MTA’s new location is tentatively set to open its doors late 2019 or early 2020. Its current 2,000-sq. ft Wasilla location on E. Parks Highway will close in that timeframe.
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