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Lakers forward Danny Green shows support to opening of new Spectrum store in Inglewood
By Khari Jones Jr, Contributing Writer
Published January 23, 2020

Danny Green and Laker fan 2. (Courtesy photo)

Charter communications just announced the opening of a new Spectrum store in Inglewood. Spectrum’s focus is giving customers in the Los Angeles area a comfortable and convenient environment for learning more about Spectrum’s internet and video services. While opening the new store, Spectrum held an exclusive meet and greet event with the Lakers small forward Danny Green. Fans showed up in large numbers in their Lakers jerseys, with children and had the ultimate experience taking pictures with Green. He was engaging with the fans, holding babies, laughing, and having a great time.  

 The customers appreciated Green coming to support this significant time in the city, especially on his off day after a game. They embraced his presence, and the customers received autographed Spectrum Sportnet books. Green said in an interview with Spectrum, “It’s good to see these new holiday faces. We are trying to bring awareness to the new Spectrum store. On our off days, we try to do the best we can to give back to the community. This is one of our ways of showing support. The fans have been amazing so far this season, and one of the main reasons why is they continue to show love and support no matter what.” After taking pictures, fans were signing up for new phones and loving the new Spectrum environment. The representatives inside the building showed phenomenal energy to the current and future Spectrum customers. They told everyone about their products and new family services they offer.. 

  The city of Inglewood embraced this new store with open arms. For them it is more significant than a new store, it is about bringing new energy to the area. Inglewood has a lot of customers, and to have a storefront brings excitement and the opportunity for them to appreciate the latest inventory from Spectrum. This celebration brought out some of Spectrum’s leaders.  

L-R: Juan Marin, Spectrum, Senior Manager of Retail Stores; Stephen Sawyer, Spectrum, Director of Government Affairs; and Robert Pullen-Miles, Mayor of Lawndale (Courtesy photo)

 In attendance was Juan Martin, Stephen Sawyer, and the Mayor of Lawndale Robert Pullen-Miles. Miles said, “To have Danny Green here in the city of Inglewood, were glad to have him here. It’s all about the Lakers here in this city. It brings a lot of excitement in the area. We’re glad he is doing this today.” Miles also said, “They have the latest technology here. I’m a fan as well as a customer, so we’re just excited about the new gadgets. Spectrum have the best service, best coverage. If you need fast internet service, Spectrum is the best.” More than half of the Inglewood community are customers, so having a storefront is an excellent move for Spectrum. Instead of having to upgrade over the phone, customers have the pleasure of engaging with representatives and learn about the new technology. With Spectrum having the Lakers support will only enhance the support from more customers. 

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 The Inglewood store is open Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm and Sundays from noon to 5 pm. They have two other locations in Culver City and one in Los Angeles. 

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