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    Remember Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, when Charlie unraveled that chocolate bar to find he had a Golden Ticket. Verizon's adopting a similar concept with its city-wide4G launch in Louisville.

    Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network launches across much of Louisville next week. To celebrate its new, blazing fast network coming to Louisville, Verizon Wireless is handing out 4G chocolate bars at its Breckenridge Lane store to the first 100 visitors. Four of the bars will have a “golden ticket” inside that will award the recipient a Verizon Wireless DROID Charge by Samsung.

    • Where: Verizon Wireless | 982 Breckenridge Lane         
    • When: 10 a.m., Friday, July 22                                                   

    How fast is 4G? Check out my video post on speed tests I've done around Louisville here.

    Note: Coverage will extend across the vast majority of the Louisville area inside I-265, the Gene Snyder.  If you’ve got a Verizon 4G device, you’ll get data speeds up to 10 times faster than you’ve been getting throughout nearly 633 square miles of Metro Louisville.

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    Lewis Bertolucci is Founder of, an online lifestyle magazine featuring the latest in technology, fashion, art, design, trends, style, photography and entertainment for today's trendsetters. In addition, Lewis is also founder of, and [Social and New Media Exploration]. In addition to his role as social media groupie, Lewis has over 9 years of healthcare experience, including health benefits, product implementation, account management, technology consultation, digital marketing and project management expertise. He currently serves as Humana's Digital Marketing Manager and Social Strategist. Connect with Lewis on LinkedIn:

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