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Shentel Sets Up Demo Site at Ansted Culture and Heritage Museum

Posted 29 June 2010 12:00 AM by Shentel

For two months, the Town of Ansted, W.Va., can sample Shentel’s TV and Internet Services

Edinburg, Va. – June 29, 2010 – Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel; NASDAQ: SHEN), an established provider of telephone, Internet and cable television services, today announced that visitors to the Ansted Culture and Heritage Museum can try out its cable television and high-speed Internet products and services at this latest demo site. As part of its new partnership with the Town of Ansted, Shentel is providing free services and equipment to the museum for visitors to sample.

Over the next two months, the museum, which houses a collection of items from Ansted’s history, will feature a high-definition (HD) cable television and a laptop computer connected to Shentel’s high-speed Internet service. Museum patrons can view Shentel’s selection of cable channels, and surf the Web with Shentel’s Internet service.

R.A. “Pete” Hobbs, Mayor of the Town of Ansted, said, "We are very excited to have Shentel providing high-speed Internet and HDTV services in our community. This represents a much-needed, and long overdue, service upgrade for our citizens and provides the opportunity to attract new businesses and work-from-home job opportunities for our community."

Christopher Kyle, Shentel’s Director of Marketing, said, “We invite Shentel customers, potential customers and anyone interested in trying out Shentel’s Internet and cable services to our demo site at the Ansted Culture and Heritage Museum. Shentel wants residents to know that we are dedicated to providing reliable services in their area. We are grateful that the Town of Ansted and Mayor Hobbs have arranged for this opportunity to demonstrate our products and services.”

The Ansted Culture and Heritage Museum is located at 110 E. Main St., and is open for demos from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. To learn more about Shentel’s demo site, call the Ansted Culture and Heritage Museum at 304-658-5901.

For more information about the new services provided by Shentel, please visit or call 1-800-409-1203.