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CenturyLink Breaks Through to Spring with Emboldened Presence in Arlington

After forging through the Capitol area’s (extended) winter weather season, CenturyLink is heading into Spring with an updated shine and presence around the beltway.

New rooftop and street-level canopy signs now adorn the firm’s federal government sales office in Arlington, displaying the CenturyLink name and pathways symbol brightly across the street from the Ballston Metro station. The firm said that after weather-related and other delays, the signage project is now complete.

CenturyLink – 48th on Washington Technology’s Top 100 list of federal IT government contractors – provides carrier-class connectivity and technology solutions as it works to help federal government customers manage costs, navigate the “fluctuating demands of the new economy” and maintain business continuity.

Continue scrolling down below for pictures of the new signage at CenturyLink’s 4250 N. Fairfax Drive federal government sales office.

CenturyLink Logo
CenturyLink Logo
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Roof-Top
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Street Level

 

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