Unite Private Networks Announces Sponsorship of BDB100

August, 12 2014

Brandi Tubb
816.903.9400
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Unite Private Networks Announces Sponsorship of BDB100

Big Dam Bridge 100 Cycling Tour of Central Arkansas will take place Saturday, September 27, 2014

Kansas City, MO (August 12, 2014) – Unite Private Networks (UPN) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a major sponsorship with the Big Dam Bridge 100, Arkansas’ largest cycling tour. UPN will be sponsoring the Corporate Cup, a 100 mile ride open to corporations who want to compete as a team with a chance to win the UPN Cup.

“The Corporate Cup is a welcome addition to the array of activities that are associated with our ride”, said Fred Phillips, Big Dam Bridge 100 Director. “This is the ninth year of our event, and we are pleased that Unite Private Networks is bringing attention to corporate health and wellness and bringing it all together with the Big Dam Bridge 100. Even though our ride isn’t a “race”, it does add an air of competition and excitement.”

“We’re thrilled to be involved with this event,” says Kathy McAllister, UPN Director of Sales. “UPN is committed to the state of Arkansas as well as the Little Rock community, and we are excited to have an opportunity to make a positive impact in the metro area.”
Unite Private Networks recently completed an advanced fiber-optic network extending throughout the Little Rock community, including connections to all 56 LRSD facilities which provide up to 100 Gigabit of capacity. UPN provides a suite of products including Ethernet services from 10 Mbps to 100 Gbps, wavelength services, Internet access, dark fiber, and other customized solutions.

About the Big Dam Bridge: Attracting almost 3,000 cyclists from around the nation and over 20 countries around the world, the Big Dam Bridge 100 is an annual Little Rock, Arkansas event that celebrates the “Big Dam Bridge” over the Arkansas River. The 4226-foot bridge is the longest bridge built for pedestrian and bicycle traffic in North America, and connects over 15 miles of scenic riverside trails between Little Rock and North Little Rock. It also serves as the backbone for connecting over 70,000 acres of various city, county, state & federal parks.

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