Peter Loftin Has Benn Honoured Several Times for His Contribution to Telecom Industry


Peter Loftin has been a notable name in telecom business in USA and has always been appreciated and honoured for the same. He came into light in 1983 after he established BTI that soon became one of the topmost telecom companies in the country. That time, he was very young, in his twenties, and he became a business star. But this did not come overnight, as he had dreamt of it from the time he used to sell telephones from door to door.

After his success in business, he never looked back and kept on moving ahead of many others who were in the same race. Yet, he never considered himself as a part of any race and kept himself distinguished just like his ideas and innovations. Peter Loftin was titled as North Carolina Entrepreneur of the Year by Business North Carolina Magazine.

Peter Cared for the Needs of Disabled Children and Offered Free Internet to Them

Not only this, but also North Carolina Electronics and Information Technologies Association (NCEITA) honoured him with Corporate Citizen of the Year Award. This was to acknowledge his contribution to the education of disabled children. He had provided free internet services to disabled children’s schools in rural areas. He was also recognized by James B. Hunt, the then Governor of North Carolina, for his social contributions.

The business successes did not end for Peter Loftin and in 1999, he drew a revenue of $400 million from BTI. He served to be the chairman of BTI for a long time and the board members at that time were reputed business owners. Leading a team of well-educated, innovative, talented and rich people was a pride. Loftin never had a business background and therefore it could have been tough for him to make a place in the industry without any backup. But he managed to overcome every problem and achieved success of next level.

Peter Loftin Donated Huge Sums for Events at Casa

At present, Peter Loftin serves the Board of the Miami Beach Police Athletic League. In 2006, he was awarded with an appreciation certificate for his contributions to the city. He sponsored and donated for Casa as a venue for numerous charity events like Miami International Film Festival, American Red Cross, Miami Book Fair, Scoliosis Research Society, Alonzo Morning Foundation etc. Casa Casuarina became a private club later for private events. This brought an ultra-elite identity to Miami and thus added to the reputation of the city. So, in a way, Loftin has done several things for making all the groups of the society happy.

Loftin Opened a Club for Disturbed and Underprivileged Youth and Helped Them

Loftin’s concern for youth improvement has always been evident. He ran Camp BTI or Boys and Girls Clubs of America to help the disturbed or under-privileged youth in fighting with their problems of life and touching new heights in career. He loves museums and has been a main contributor to the development of Airborne & Special Operations Museum. He is known to be an impressive speaker as well. He spoke as a guest speaker for MBA Programme at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Businessand also at Kenan-Flagler Business School at UNC-Chapel Hill, thereby motivating many aspirants.