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National Lineman Appreciation Video: What It Takes to Be a Lineman

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Each day this week, the Energy Central Power Industry Network is celebrating our Lineman by publishing a video that depicts the hard and dedicated work of our nation's linemen as a part of National Lineman Appreciation Day on April 18. .  

If you enjoyed today's video - “What It Takes to Be a Lineman” - please like it with a “thumbs up” or post a comment in the comments section below.


View our collection of National Lineman Appreciation Day videos here.


Would you like to celebrate Lineman week another way? Below are some ideas:

History of Lineman Day

This day was first recognized on April 10, 2013, by the U.S. Senate by Resolution S Res 95.  For more information, vist the National Lineman Appreciation Day site.


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