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Ridin' the Storm Out 27Aug
2012

Ridin' the Storm Out

Storms frighten me.  You never know what damage they’ll bring.  In the past several weeks there have been quite a few intense thunderstorms rolling through.  I see and hear about all of the...
Celebrate!

Celebrate!

24 August 2012
How exciting! Today marks our 100th article on Follow The Wire. What better way to celebrate our first 100 articles than by featuring another recent achievement? One of the most respected industry publications, Cable...
How exciting! Today marks our 100th article on Follow The Wire. What better way to celebrate our first 100 articles than by featuring another recent achievement? One of the most respected industry publications, Cable Fax, gave Armstrong the Independent Operator Customer Service Award. Recognizing the front line of our company, this award shows that our employees' dedication to wonderful customer experience is top notch. Read more about how the Armstrong Experience is truly "personal" ...
Give What You Can... and Enjoy Some Perks

Give What You Can... and Enjoy Some Perks

30 July 2012
Special Guest Author, Daneen O'Donnell You may already know that Armstrong has an ongoing initiative called Breaking Bread, designed to help feed the hungry in the communities that we serve.  But did you know...
Special Guest Author, Daneen O'Donnell You may already know that Armstrong has an ongoing initiative called Breaking Bread, designed to help feed the hungry in the communities that we serve.  But did you know what a variety of opportunities you have to make a donation? Armstrong local offices always accept donations.  You can find a shopping cart inside the lobbies waiting to be filled with non-perishable items.  You can also make a donation at any Armstrong event.  Simply tell the ...
Workaholics or Creatures of Habits?

Workaholics or Creatures of Habits?

18 July 2012
A recent Cult of Mac article discussed how iPhones and iPads are robbing users of truly taking a vacation from work, stating that 52% of professionals planned to work while on vacation. Do we feel expected to work...
A recent Cult of Mac article discussed how iPhones and iPads are robbing users of truly taking a vacation from work, stating that 52% of professionals planned to work while on vacation. Do we feel expected to work while on vacation since we have the technology to do so? Or are we just so used to being "connected" that we give in to the temptation to peek at our emails? As we are in the prime of the vacation season, what do you plan to do on your vacation; relax the whole time or sneak ...
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