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C/AC Chamber welcomes American Cable of Columbia, KY

Mayor, community leaders present
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By Ed Waggener

The Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce welcomed American Cable of Columbia, 703 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY, to Adair County today, with a ribbon cutting this morning, Monday, July 17, 2017.


Taking part in the ceremony were Lisa Gosser, Sue Stivers, Chamber Executive Director; Patricia Harper, Amedys Home Health; Roy Helm, American Cable Company owner, and Nancy Y. Smith, American Cable Co. area manager; Ellen Zornes, President, C/AC Chamber of Commerce; Columbia Mayor Curtis Hardwick; and Sherry Selby and Woody Sharpe, along with members of the media.

Refreshments were served. Nancy Smith, Area Manager, said that the American Cable of Columbia, KY will offer Dish, Direct, AT&T, and Hughes products, covering all television, internet, and telephone services. The company also operates an outlet in Jamestown, Russell County, KY.


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Chamber ribbon cutting welcomes American Cable



2017-07-17 - American Cable Co, 703 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
At the Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce Ribbon, this morning at 10amCT, were, From left, Lisa Gosser, Sue Stivers, Chamber Executive Director; Patricia Harper, Amedys Home Health; Roy Helm, American Cable Company owner, and Nancy Y. Smith, American Cable Co. area manager; Ellen Zornes, President, C/AC Chamber of Commerce; Columbia Mayor Curtis Hardwick; Sherry Selby and back row, Woody Sharpe. In addition to Roy Helm and Nancy Y. Smith, Carrie Fisher is a sales representative.

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