Penn-Moore Communications has been in business for more than 15 years. Our specialty is cable and satellite television and internet equipment and systems. We are knowledgeable and trained in the latest technology for your home and business. We take pride in our dedication to customer service, and connecting you to the latest technology. Our service doesn’t stop with the sale. We’re part of the community, so we’ll be here for you from the first call through the installation and will be available to respond to any service needs and questions you have down the road. At Penn-Moore, we know getting away from it all doesn’t mean being disconnected from the world; we service not only homes and businesses, but RVs and houseboats. You can relax, knowing you’ll never miss any important business or personal messages. Call us and we’ll tell you how!
In our rural area, some internet service providers just cannot offer you the internet service our residents need and deserve. Viasat (formerly Exede) provides reliable, high-quality internet service regardless of where you live or work. Because Viasat is beamed from a satellite, it isn’t limited by expensive, cumbersome infrastructure. Viasat lets customers who live and work in rural, small-town or off-the-beaten-path areas stay connected, ensuring their businesses thrive. It’s been rated number one by the FCC two years in a row for delivering advertised speeds or higher. Call us today to learn more about it and if it’s right for you.
Hot Springs, Arkansas is home of Hot Springs National Park. This waters of this popular tourist attraction are believed to contain medicinal wonders. The springs were legendary among Native American tribes, and became federally protected in 1832. Home to about 35,000 people, the city’s population swells with tourists who flock here for the hot springs and other attractions, including its scenic location in the Ouachita Mountains. Natural thermal water flows from 47 springs on the western slope of Hot Springs Mountain in historic downtown. Hot Springs’ famous Bathhouse Row includes eight historical bathhouse buildings and gardens on Central Avenue. Downtown Hot Springs is a designated historic district; many of the buildings were erected in the art deco style during the Great Depression. Hot Springs puts the spotlight on its architecture during its many annual activities, including the Hot Springs Music Festival, Documentary Film Festival and Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival. Its cultural sophistication ranked it #4 on a list of America’s Top 100 Small Arts Towns.