Thursday, April 30

QeH2 announces CBeyond Channel Partnership

by Eric Pratt

QeH2 has agreed to terms with Cbeyond to become a Channel Partner. QeH2 believes this partnership will augment their ability to provide their clients with extended services. QeH2 already works with Cbeyond in many client environments as our systems overlap. As Channel Partners they will have the ability to pass on pricing advantages to their clients. Providing information and technology is QeH2's niche and the access to resources is a big competitive advantage their clients hold, this announcement increases that advantage with current and potential clients.
Cbeyond is the voice and broadband Internet provider built exclusively to serve small businesses. They work exclusively with this growing entrepreneurial class of customers and it shows in everything they do - from our customized packages to their unique customer support. Their local, long distance and Internet packages, anytime account management and industry-first VoIP platform give small businesses the communication tools that big businesses enjoy - at an affordable price.

Tuesday, April 21

REV Networking Event Announcement

QeH2 is proud to sponsor today's REV Networking event!

When: April 21 Tuesday
Time: 4:15pm
Where: 4150 E. Mississippi Ave.
Central Denver 80246

Event Location Sponsor

Nancy Litvak
Director of Sales and Catering
Loews Denver Hotel
303.639-1606 D
303.782-9300 Hotel

Event Sponsor

Eric Pratt
Director of Marketing
303.688-7531 O
720.290-5982 D

Tuesday, April 7

Tar Heels' returnees accomplish title mission

DETROIT (AP) — Tyler Hansbrough wore a clipped-down net around his neck and a T-shirt proclaiming North Carolina as national champion. A few feet to his right sat Wayne Ellington, who had just been selected the most outstanding player in the Final Four.

Across the festive locker room at Ford Field sat teammates Ty Lawson and Danny Green, the other members of the quartet who considered a jump to the NBA as underclassmen last year.

This was the moment they hoped for.

This was the reason they stayed.

With Monday night's 89-72 win over Michigan State, they accomplished what they came back to school to do: win the program's fifth NCAA title.

"A lot of outside people were saying we have to win it all or it's going to be a failure," Hansbrough said. "Well, you know what? It's not a failure. We came back to win a championship. We did, and we got the job done. There was a lot of pressure, but no one's disappointed in this locker room."