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Winner of CCCA’s CableCheck™ Game Announced

Feb 21, 2013

winnerCableCheckGameJFeatherston.jpgCCCA announces the winner of  CCCA’s CableCheck™ Game, which was designed as a fun way to help inform the industry about fire safety compliance for communications cables.

Washington, DC  February 21, 2013

John Featherston, account manager at NET IG in Kent, Washington, is the winner of CCCA’s CableCheck™ Game and iPad Mini prize. The game was designed to help inform the industry about fire safety compliance for communications cables.


I enjoyed testing my knowledge on the subject of fire safety compliance through the CableCheck game.Featherston, who enjoyed testing his knowledge on the subject through the game, has followed the CCCA from its inception. “I like to keep my finger on the pulse of the industry by staying informed through professional organizations such as CCCA,” says Featherston, “and being aware of various issues in order to pass the info on to the contractors we deal with.” NET IG works with many Fortune 500 customers in the Northwest to design physical layer infrastructure solutions,
specializing in data centers.

“In addition to educating the industry about fire safety issues in a fun way, entrants answers in the game were also informative to CCCA, by showing us which issues may need further attention in our future communications,” states Frank Peri, executive director of CCCA.

The winner was chosen randomly from hundreds of entrants in the U.S., Canada, and several other countries, who played the game through the CCCA newsletter, website, CI&M newsletter, and in person at BICSI in Tampa. It was so successful, CCCA is considering doing a similar version in the future.
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About CCCA
CCCA is comprised of leading manufacturers, distributors and material suppliers who are committed to functioning as a
major resource for well-researched, fact-based information on the technologies and issues vital to the structured cabling
industry. CCCA also is proactive at codes and standards bodies and other trade, industry and governmental
organizations in communicating and influencing policy and decisions affecting the quality, performance and societal
needs of the structured cabling infrastructure.

CCCA member companies are Accu-Tech; AlphaGary; Anixter; Belden; Berk-Tek, a Nexans Company; Cable
Components Group; comCables; CommScope; Daikin America; DuPont; 3M; General Cable; Optical Cable Corporation
(OCC); OFS, a Furukawa Company; PolyOne; Sentinel Connector Systems; Solvay Solexis; Superior Essex; TE
Connectivity; The Siemon Company.

Headquarters: 1001 Pennsylvania NW, Washington, DC, 20004. For further information, visit the CCCA website
www.cccassoc.org or contact Frank Peri, Executive Director at fperi@cccassoc.org or by phone at (904) 223-4100.