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AtHomeNet and Community Advocacy Network Partner to Benefit Florida Community Associations

The AtHomeNet and Community Advocacy Network partnership provides Florida residents opportunity for greater interaction with government decision-makers and news media outlets.

December 13, 2011

"Through our partnership with CAN, our clients will have a direct link to all the advocacy information and tools that the network has to offer with a special password created specifically for each community," said AtHomeNet CEO, Susan Sanders. "The portal will be automatically added to every Florida-based community association with an AtHomeNet website, giving more than 1,600 community associations the ultimate resource for legislative and operational information geared to their association needs."

Suwanee, GA - AtHomeNet, Inc., a web services company in suburban Atlanta, has joined forces with the Community Advocacy Network (CAN), Florida's leading advocacy organization for community association residents statewide, to offer Florida residents with AtHomeNet websites a portal to connect with legislators, members of the media, and community association advocates.

These residents will have immediate access to educational information and events on a variety of issues affecting Florida community associations, as well as an email tool allowing them to voice their opinions about legislative bills as well as local government proposals. AHN customers will be able to subscribe to CAN Alerts containing breaking news, concise bill summaries and a Legislative Bill Tracker.

"The Community Advocacy Network is proud to team with AtHomeNet to provide Florida's growing community association population with immediate online access via their AtHomeNet community websites to state legislators, public officials and news organizations via the CAN Portal and our 'Capitol Connection' email system," said CAN Executive Director Donna DiMaggio Berger. "We believe this partnership with AtHomeNet will go a long way toward informing and empowering Florida community association residents so that, through their greater participation in the democratic process, they can make a truly positive impact on the future of the communities in which they live."