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Bowling Green colocation providers aren’t an option, meaning local companies need to look elsewhere for this essential service. This doesn’t have to be a problem though if you let QuoteColo help. Our company has aided countless businesses just like yours over the past 15 years when they needed help finding the right colocation providers. Before you go through the time consuming process on your own and possibly make a mistake, consider that QuoteColo will:

Provide You with Custom Recommendations—we begin our process by first speaking to you about your company. That way, we know what your specific requirements are for a colocation company. Once we know what you need, we’ll recommend companies that can deliver and give you important details about them like how much they charge.

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Charge You Nothing—QuoteColo simply doesn’t charge for this service. There’s no obligation either. Take our recommendations and do with them what you like.

A few of the companies we can recommend that provide Bowling Green colocation services are:

  • 501 S. 4th Street, Louisville 40202
  • 3315 Gilmore Industrial Blvd, Louisville 40213
  • 733 Barret Avenue, Louisville 40204

Bowling Green is the third largest city in Kentucky, thanks to its 60,000 residents. It was founded in 1798 and originally served as the provisional capital for the Confederate state of Kentucky during the Civil War. This is despite the fact that Bowling Green initially declared itself neutral to avoid the war altogether. However, due to its many natural resources, both Union and Confederate forces would try to take it with the latter eventually emerging victorious. By doing so, the Confederacy had railroads and the nearby river under their control. Fortunately, when the Civil War ended, Bowling Green still managed to flourish.

Western Kentucky University is the largest employer in the city with The Medical Center at Bowling Green coming in second. Fruit of the Loom has their headquarters there as does Houchens Industries. All these companies, along with the local school district—which has a notable amount of employees—demand top notch Bowling Green colocation services.

If your company is in the same boat, contact QuoteColo today. You can call us at 888-400-3762 or fill out a Quick Form when it’s convenient. Either way, we’ll respond with providers of Bowling Green colocation services that deliver what you need.