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[April 15, 2021]

ITC Service Group Names Seneca Mullins as President

ITC Service (News - Alert) Group Acquisition LLC, a leading provider of services for the design, construction, installation and maintenance of voice, data and video networks nationwide, today announced that Seneca Mullins has been named President, reporting to AFL President and Chief Executive Officer Jody Gallagher. Jim Rush, Mullins' predecessor, has accepted a new role as Strategic Advisor to AFL, majority owner of ITC.

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Seneca Mullins, President ITC (Photo: Business Wire)

Seneca Mullins, President ITC (Photo: Business Wire)

Mullins has more than 15 years of senior management experience, including more than a decade of strategic development and plan execution for multiple AFL operating units, including their Enterprise, OTS, and Beam divisions. Prior to that, Mullins served AFL in a variety of financial and operational roles.

"Seneca is the right leader for ITC," said Gallagher. "His extensive telecommunications background and leadership skills will strengthen ITC's client partnershps, further strategic alliances and expand our sales footprint in the U.S. We believe his strong financial experience will take ITC to the next level in its 22-year evolution."

"I am honored to lead the ITC team," said Seneca Mullins. "I believe ITC has a proven yet agile business model and talented management team that perfectly positions us to capitalize on the changing telecommunications environment. As our clients face unprecedented growth, restructuring, consolidation and technology migrations, ITC will continue to be the go-to, cost-effective provider of a timely suite of quality services carriers need to efficiently manage their networks and maximize their budgets."

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About ITC

Founded in 1999, ITC Service Group provides managed services and workforce solutions for the nationwide planning design, construction, installation and maintenance of voice, data, and video networks. ITC operates three divisions: broadband services including FTTH installation and repair, MxU installations and repair, drop placements and dispatch services; outside plant services including design, construction management, project management, program management, splicing and testing; and workforce solutions, which provides specialized talent on a contract basis to clients needing just-in-time resources to balance fluctuations in workforce demand.

About AFL

Founded in 1984, AFL is an international manufacturer providing end-to-end solutions to the energy, service provider, enterprise, hyperscale and industrial markets. The company's products are in use in over 130 countries and include fiber optic cable and hardware, transmission, and substation accessories, outside plant equipment, connectivity, test and inspection equipment, fusion splicers, and training. AFL also offers a wide variety of services supporting data center, enterprise, wireless and outside plant applications. For more information, visit

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