(Hagerstown, MD) – Starting today, Antietam Cable will be known as Antietam Broadband.

Antietam is changing its name to better reflect the company’s focus on new technologies and the importance of broadband to their residential and business customers.

For more than fifty years, Antietam has served the residents of Washington County and has been recognized for their innovation, commitment to customer service and their dedicated team of employees. “None of that will change”, said Lynch. Our customers, however, will see new logos on our trucks and marketing materials. During the rebrand process there will be no change to emails.

This rebrand underscores Antietam’s commitment to continue delivering exceptional voice, video and broadband services to Washington County. In 2015-2016, Antietam recognized a shift in the business and began expanding its capital investment in broadband by developing FlightGigabit, the first privately funded ultra-high speed 1GIG Fiber network in Maryland.

“Our customers need and rely on fast access to the internet.” Lynch said. “The new name, Antietam Broadband, reflects how our customers use our products and services today.”

“This is yet another example of Antietam’s continued evolution, said Paul Frey, CEO/President Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce, “not only for the company but for Washington County, positioning the county as a hub for technology in the region.”

“We are here to meet our customer’s needs…now and for the future”, said Lynch. “Antietam will continue to evolve as technology changes. We have the people, products and services to serve the community for years to come”.

About Antietam Broadband www.antietambroadband.com Antietam Broadband was founded in 1966 and in 2016 celebrated 50 years serving Washington County, MD. Purchased by Schurz Communications, Inc. in 1968, Antietam offers a comprehensive range of digital television, high-speed Internet and digital phone services for residents and businesses.

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