Voting Kicks Off for Cellcom’s Project Innovate
20 Oct 2014

Eleven Brown County High Schools Participating (October 20, 2014) – Voting for Cellcom’s Project Innovate in partnership with Nsight Telservices kicked off today. The community voting challenge gives 11 high schools in the Brown County a chance to win one of three cash prizes totaling $50,000 to be used for classroom technology. The high schools participating in the challenge ar [ ... ]

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Cellcom Begins Construction on New Green Bay Store
08 Oct 2014

 dditional location to include a repair center Green Bay, WI (October 8, 2014) – Construction has started on a new Cellcom retail location in Green Bay at 1620 W. Mason St. The store will feature a repair center and is scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2015. It will be the thirtieth retail location for the local wireless carrier. “Green Bay is where it all began for us over 25 yea [ ... ]

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Cellcom Hosting Community Recycling Event in Two Rivers
02 Oct 2014

  ecycle Computers, Electronics and Appliances for No Cost   Two Rivers, WI (October 2, 2014) – Cellcom is partnering with RecycleThatStuff.com to help the Sheboygan community safely dispose of their unwanted electronics, computers and appliances. A community recycling event will be held at Cellcom in Two Rivers (2205 Forest Ave) on Saturday, October 11 from 10 am – 1 pm. Most househol [ ... ]

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New Cellcom Store Set to Open in Shawano
02 Oct 2014

Location to feature Glas coffeehouse Shawano, WI (October 1, 2014) – Cellcom’s new retail store at 511 N. Main St. in Shawano is set to open on Monday, October 6. The current location at 710 E. Green Bay St. will close at 4 p.m. on Sunday, October 5.  “Cellcom has been privileged to serve the Shawano area for over 20 years and we are excited to further invest in the community,” said Pa [ ... ]

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Cellcom Invites Schools in Brown County to compete for $50,000 in School Technology
29 Sep 2014

(September 29, 2014) – Cellcom, in partnership with its sister company Nsight Telservices, is giving public and private high schools in Brown County a chance to win one of three cash prizes totaling $50,000 to be used for classroom technology. Project Innovate, a community voting challenge, invites students, teachers, families and community members to vote and rally support for their favorite sc [ ... ]

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