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  April 2023  
Taylor Swift Ticket Giveaway

TSwift Tickets - Download Images to View Have you heard?!?!? ImOn is partnering with Z102.9 to give away 2 tickets to the Taylor Swift Concert in Minneapolis on June 23rd. Plus, we are also throwing in hotel accommodations and a $1,000 gift card. To win, all you have to do is find the location of the tickets! Z102.9 will be releasing clues to the tickets' location throughout their weekday shows starting on April 10th. All past clues will be loaded onto the website But, you can also sign up to receive an email every Friday with an extra clue that won't be announced on-air or posted on the website. So, visit, sign-up for your extra clue, and start deciphering the clues and you could be the lucky winner on their way to see Taylor!
Download Images to View April ImOn Calendar Photo

Here is a look at the beautiful photo adorning the 2023 ImOn Customer Calendar for the month of April. This photo was submitted by ImOn customer Kirsten Smalley showcasing a cardinal and red-winged Blackbird at the Indian Creek Nature Center in Cedar Rapids. Thanks for sharing this amazing photo with us, Kirsten! Get ready to submit your photo for our 2024 Customer Calendar Photo Contest. We will begin accepting entries in mid-April!
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Learn About Lego Beach
When containers from a ship were knocked into the Atlantic Ocean, millions of plastic Lego pieces washed ashore.
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15 Most Beautiful Gardens
April is Lawn and Garden Month. If you're looking for design inspiration from the best of the best, check out this video.
ImOn Drop Buries Starting Again

Drop Bury - Download Images to View Now that Spring is upon us, we wanted to let you know that our crew is ready to start burying any ImOn service lines that were installed over the winter months. Please note that we have a long backlog of homes that need their lines buried and we will work to get them done as quickly as possible, but we may be slowed by any rainy weather.

Shortly before our crew comes to bury your service line, you will see small colored flags and paint markings throughout your yard indicating where other underground utility lines are buried (water, gas, electric). It will be up to you to mark your private utility lines so that our crews do not accidentally damage them. Private utility lines include any of the following — sprinkler systems, underground dog fences, buried sump pump lines, propane lines for outdoor fire pits/BBQs, septic pipes, gas for heated pools, power or gas lines to a detached garage, etc.

The ImOn drop bury crew will call you one day before your ImOn service line is buried in your yard, serving as a reminder. You do not need to be home for the drop bury to occur, since only access to the outside of your home is needed. Crews may need to access your front, side, and back yard. If you have a fence in your yard, please leave the gate unlocked and pets inside so that our crew can access the area safely. We will work to bury the cable in a way that causes the least amount of disturbance to your yard.

We appreciate your time and your patience while we work to get your ImOn service line buried.
Join Our Team - Download Images to View We're Hiring!

Come join the ImOn Team! We're growing and have several career opportunities available in our Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, and Dubuque offices. ImOn offers competitive salaries with generous benefits, career growth opportunities, and a fun work environment. Plus, you get an extra discount on your ImOn services! Click here to see all our available positions.
Earth Day - Download Images to View Recycle Your Devices for Earth Day

Earth Day is April 22nd, and what better way to help the Earth than to recycle or donate your old electronics that are just sitting in your closet gathering dust? Old, unused electronics make up one of the fastest-growing kinds of trash in America. By recycling your old electronics you can help reduce the amount of raw materials mined and the energy used to produce and ship new ones. In fact, for every million cell phones recycled, 35 thousand pounds of copper, 772 pounds of silver, 75 pounds of gold, and 33 pounds of palladium can be recovered. Here are a few helpful links to learn more about donating or recycling your old electronic devices.
National Telephone Day — April 25th

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April 25th is National Telephone Day, celebrating that fateful day in 1876 when Alexander Graham Bell introduced the first version of the telephone, which he called the "electric speech machine."

Telephone Ancestors - Download Graphics to View While the phone emerged as one of the most successful products ever invented and has fostered a slew of other innovations, it has changed through the years. Some of you may remember when actual human switchboard operators would put the call through. Then came the rotary dial phones with their wheel of numbers you had to rotate to enter a phone number. The rotary phone was replaced in the 1980s with the introduction of the push-button telephone. Then came the development of the World Wide Web and the innovation of VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol). And finally, in the 2000s, smartphones were released and people now had a phone, camera, computer, and music player all in one handheld device. Astonishingly, one man's invention has led to all of this.

So, celebrate National Telephone Day by picking up the phone and calling someone you care about — just because you can. If you would like to learn more about ImOn phone services, click here.
Download Images to View Tech Tip — Wi-Fi Interference

Every home has some degree of wireless interference typically caused by electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference. This interference can sometimes affect your Wi-Fi connectivity, causing your Wi-Fi signal to run slow or disconnect frequently. To help eliminate this interference, keep your router away from other electronic devices in your home, especially home theater equipment, appliances, microwaves, baby monitors, cordless phones, wireless headphones, garage door openers, and key fobs. Also, make sure these devices are not between your router and the device you are using; because when they are in use (turned on) it will interfere with the Wi-Fi signal reaching your device and causing the Wi-Fi signal to drop temporarily. To read more about the things that can affect your Wi-Fi signal, click here.
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Join the world's largest quiz community and answer questions about sports, geography, music, TV, and other topics.
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Check on Shelf Life
Should I keep it or toss it? Is it still safe to eat? This site gives you the answers for thousands of foods and beverages.
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Cooking Demo 1 - Download Graphics to View  
3 Ways to Enjoy Pasta Dinners
Want to make a dinner that's fast? Healthy? Comforting? No matter what mood you're in, you'll find delicious ideas here.
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7 Scrumptious No-Bake Desserts
These desserts are so easy to make! Your choices include 3-Ingredient Chocolate Cake, Vanilla Mug Cake, and Bounty Bars.
This app lets you share your real-time location continuously with family and friends and locate them with just one touch.
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Staying hydrated has physical and emotional benefits. Your Hydration Coach helps you reach your water intake goals.
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Puzzle your way through hundreds of levels with devious picture clues giving you hints for the words you need to find.
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Crafty Demo 1 - Download Graphics to View  
6 Tie-Dye Projects
Give new life to old shirts and sheets using these techniques. Learn how to reverse
tie-dye, dip dye, shibori dye, and more.
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From Junk to Jewelry
This crafter makes upcycled jewelry from items including paper tubes, magazine pages, watch parts, and aluminum cans.
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