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   Armstrong began in 1946 and was originally called Armstrong County Line Construction.

   Founded by Jud L. Sedwick, the company was headquartered in Kittanning, Armstrong County, in Pennsylvania.

   Together with his brother Ned, Sedwick ran two crews consisting of six men each, whose job consisted of hanging telephone lines, setting telephone poles, and clearing right of way throughout western Pennsylvania.

   They grew the company to 12 crews by the end of their first year of operation.

   In 1963, the first cable television customers were connected with 9 viewing channels, and, in 1997, Armstrong began offering internet service.

   Today, Armstrong operates in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, New York, West Virginia, and Kentucky for its digital cable services, most commonly providing television, telephone and high-speed Internet service.

   Currently, Armstrong employs more than 2,300 people. The company's headquarters are in Butler County, western Pennsylvania, with local offices scattered throughout the region.

   The staff at the local Armstrong store, located at 1141 Lafayette Road, Medina, are available to answer questions and help keep you connected.

   Our technicians and support staff all live in and around the Medina area.

   Armstrong makes a commitment to the local communities we serve by supporting local events, organizations and non-profit groups.

   The company remains a family-owned company through current president and chief executive officer Dru Sedwick.

   To learn more about Armstrong, go to https://armstrongonewire.com/