Protel moves to new location in Greencastle

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
Ken Worthington, center, manager of Protel, was honored by the Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce during a ribbon cutting ceremony. Pictured from left are Greencastle borough manager Kenneth Womack, chamber executive director Joel Fridgen, Greencastle mayor Robert Eberly, Worthington, Rep. Todd Rock, Carrie Heckman and Deanna Hughes. Now located at 532 N. Antrim Way, ProTel is an AT&T Authorized Retailer. ProTel is a locally owned business established in 1996 with 18 locations in the four state region. ProTel offers a variety of wireless phones and data devices for personal and business use. In addition to AT&T wireless services, ProTel also owns and operates its own paging system and provides 24/7 telephone answering service through InTouch Call Center. Since moving to its new location store hours have been extended to Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Ken Worthington, center, manager of Protel, was honored by the Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce during a ribbon cutting ceremony. Pictured from left are Greencastle borough manager Kenneth Womack, chamber executive director Joel Fridgen, Greencastle mayor Robert Eberly, Worthington, Rep. Todd Rock, Carrie Heckman and Deanna Hughes. Now located at 532 N. Antrim Way, ProTel is an AT&T Authorized Retailer. ProTel is a locally owned business established in 1996 with 18 locations in the four state region.  ProTel offers a variety of wireless phones and data devices for personal and business use.  In addition to AT&T wireless services, ProTel also owns and operates its own paging system and provides 24/7 telephone answering service through InTouch Call Center. Since moving to its new location store hours have been extended to Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.