Supporting Our Communities

GCI continues its support for 62nd Annual Beaver Round-Up

GCI contributed $5,000 and a tech prize for this year’s events

DILLINGHAM, Alaska – From basketball and virtual reality games to chili cook-offs and the blanket toss, hundreds of Southwest Alaska residents are gathering in Dillingham this week for the 62nd Annual Beaver Round-Up. GCI, a longtime sponsor of the event, has donated $5,000 and a technology prize for this year’s festivities.

One lucky winner at GCI’s Halftime Show Airplane Toss will receive an Apple Watch, courtesy of GCI, during the Dillingham High School Wolverines’ basketball game.

“GCI is proud to support such a long-standing community tradition that brings people together from across Southwest Alaska,” said Vice President of GCI Corporate Communications Heather Handyside. “We are dedicated to being a good neighbor and doing our part to strengthen communities and make Alaska an even better place to live, work and play.”

Beaver Round-Up kicks off February 26th and runs through March 1st.

GCI is one of Alaska’s leaders in corporate philanthropy, donating approximately $2 million each year in cash, products and connectivity to organizations across the state. GCI is committed to giving back to the communities it serves and provides employees with 16 hours of paid leave to volunteer with local organizations. In 2019, nearly 550 GCI employees volunteered more than 5,300 hours. For more information about how GCI supports organizations across Alaska, visit

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