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U.S. Cellular, Mayor Bowers and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Virginia Announce the Winners of the 5th Annual Black History Month Art Contest

U.S. Cellular, Mayor Bowers and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Virginia Announce the Winners of the 5th Annual Black History Month Art Contest

Mayor David Bowers joined U.S. Cellular and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Virginia Tuesday, March 6, 2012, to announce the winners of the wireless carrier’s 5th Annual Black History Month Art Program at the Boys & Girls Club’s 9th Street Location in Roanoke, Va. “It is a pleasure to celebrate the creative talents of young people in […]

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U.S. Cellular Announces Expanded 4G LTE Coverage & Mobile Hotspot Availibility

U.S. Cellular Announces Expanded 4G LTE Coverage & Mobile Hotspot Availibility

U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM), in conjunction with its partner, King Street Wireless, announces the next markets that will experience high-speed 4G LTE services. With the addition of 4G LTE speeds in the second half of 2012, area residents will enjoy an enhanced wireless experience with countless entertainment possibilities and ways to help simplify and organize their […]

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WVU’s Orange Bowl Trophy Comes to U.S. Cellular

WVU’s Orange Bowl Trophy Comes to U.S. Cellular

Public invited to take pictures with the Orange Bowl TrophyMountaineer fans in Morgantown will have the opportunity to see and take a free photo with the 2012 Orange Bowl Trophy won by West Virginia University in their historic 37-point victory against Clemson on Jan. 5. The trophy will appear at the U.S. Cellular store at […]

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U.S. Cellular Invites Residents to Vote for Black History Month Artwork

U.S. Cellular Invites Residents to Vote for Black History Month Artwork

U.S. Cellular, Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Virginia, and Mountaineer Boys & Girls Club have teamed up to hold the 5th Annual Black History Month Art Program. The program honors the many contributions of African-Americans and encourages creativity among young people. The competition invited Boys & Girls Clubs members to select an influential African-American […]

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