Champion Broadband

Champion Broadband
Champion Broadband
Type Private
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 2003
Headquarters Castle Rock, Colorado
Key people Mark Haverkate, Chairman and CEO
Dave Haverkate, President and COO
Products Cable television, Internet Service Provider, Telephone

Champion Broadband is a cable, Internet, and telephone provider in the United States. It operates in the Denver and Los Angeles markets. It also owns smaller systems in rural markets.

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