Bulk TV reports record Q1 growth in contracted guestrooms

Bulk TV & Internet has record year-over-year quarterly sales growth in total new subscriber units, which represents an increase of 293 percent compared to prior year totals. Entering into the company's 11th year of business, Bulk TV remains focused on customer-focused initiatives to ensure continued momentum throughout the remainder of 2015.

Bulk TV secured more than 38,000 rooms in the Lodging & Institutions segment from January to March, which largely surpassed the 2014 quarterly average of 15,500 rooms. As the company's surge in organic growth continues, Bulk TV plans to increase its customer base by more than 100,000 rooms by the end of the year while increasing its total number employees by 10 percent.

"Bulk TV delivered a robust first quarter, and we are well positioned for a record year of sales growth," CEO of Bulk TV Dave O'Connell said. "Our substantial progression has been primarily driven by the development of relationships with many of the hotel brands, including the signing of a master services agreement with Hilton Worldwide last year and partnerships with other leading hotel brands and healthcare management groups.  Our experienced and dedicated engineering, project management, sales and customer support teams continue to do an exceptional job servicing our growing customer base."
Incorporated in 2004, the company was formed with a mission to develop a competitively priced alternative to cable tailored to meet the unique needs of the hospitality and healthcare markets.  More than ten years later, Bulk TV now provides DIRECTV services to more than 350,000 rooms in thousands of properties nationally, and has been named DIRECTV L&I Provider of the Year for the past seven years based on new customer activations and customer retention.
The company's turnkey solutions include system design, engineering, project management, professional installation, onsite service warranty and 24/7 by 365 technical support.


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