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Armstrong's advanced broadband network is locally operated, bringing jobs and a competitive edge to your community. From hanging Christmas lights to sponsoring little league teams, Armstrong makes a local commitment that national providers often overlook.
Our local communities play a big part in what makes Armstrong so special. To honor these communities, we are sharing our Armstrong Coloring Book for our friends to enjoy. This book highlights some of your favorite locations in the areas we serve, as well as other images to help spark creativity. Please be sure download, print, and color these pages. Please share your works of art with us online!
John Thoma began his career at Armstrong as an Installer for Armstrong’s Butler, PA system in 2000. From there John served in several capacities, including Technical Trainer for Armstrong’s Field Operations Training Department. John was promoted to the Operations Supervisor position in the Connellsville system in 2012; named Acting General Manager for the Connellsville system in May of 2018 and promoted to General Manager in February of 2019. John has an Associate’s Degree in Business Management and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Geneva College in Organizational Leadership.
As a fiber optic broadband company for more than a decade, we remain the leading telecommunications provider for products and services to keep you and your business connected.Justin Lackey
Armstrong Neighborhood Channel advertising is inexpensive, effective and responsive! Displays are professionally created to suit each advertiser's needs and taste.
Contact your Armstrong Neighborhood Channel representative:Meagan Zavada
Cable advertising is a persuasive and effective way to gain your customer's attention and get your business noticed. With cable advertising, you can specifically target customers of various demographics in your service area!
For more information about cable advertising, contact:Judy Eans
Federal regulations require Cable Operators to allow for the purchase of programming time on their systems. This provision, called Leased Access, prohibits the cable operator from exerting any editorial control over these programs. For more information, contact us at: AUILeasedAccess@agoc.com.