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Connectivity to Host the Second Annual Summer Celebration Event in Chicago, IL

Event Brings Together DAS, Small Cell and HetNet Community Experts to Network at the John G. Shedd Aquarium

CAROL STREAM, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/02/14 -- Connectivity Wireless Solutions, a nationwide leader in providing in-building wireless solutions, announces the date for its second annual Summer Celebration event in Chicago, IL, to be held August 12, 2014 from 7:00-10:00pm at the John G. Shedd Aquarium. The event, dubbed Connectivity's Summer Celebration, brings together DAS, Small Cell and HetNet industry professionals including service providers, integrators, hardware and software providers and other in-building wireless experts across a number of verticals, such as end-users in government, healthcare, higher education, hospitality and commercial real estate.

As the region's leading in-building wireless solutions integrator, Connectivity Wireless' second annual Summer Celebration is open to its partners, customers, vendors and prospects interested in learning about DAS and Small Cell technologies enabling wireless connectivity solutions throughout the area. Multiple levels of sponsorship opportunities are available to attendees including Premium, Associate, Partner packages and more. These include a nominal number of event invitations, allowing sponsors to invite their customers and prospects directly. In addition, ticket package bundles of 10 or more are substantially discounted from the individual ticket price including admission to the social, access to a three-hour open bar and heavy appetizers, as well as a tour of the newly installed in-building DAS system deployed for the Shedd Aquarium. Free tickets are exclusively available through direct sponsor invites.

"As a prime location for DAS and Small Cell network deployments, Chicago provides an optimum landscape to bring community leaders together and promote opportunities for real estate, universities and municipalities throughout the region," comments Rob Benson, Director of Strategic Accounts for Connectivity Wireless Solutions. "With a wealth of industry experience and knowledge, Connectivity Wireless, participating sponsors and attendees have the capability to assist businesses in discovering effective solutions to enable wireless communications and an overall enhanced end-user experience."

Connectivity's Summer Celebration is organized by the Northeast DAS + Small Cell Association and iMiller Public Relations. For information about the event, visit: http://www.northeastdas.com/connectivity-wireless-2014/. To learn about sponsorship opportunities email [email protected] or simply register here.

ABOUT CONNECTIVITY WIRELESS SOLUTIONS
Connectivity Wireless Solutions is a leading nationwide provider of in-building wireless solutions that has implemented over 2,500 distributed antenna system (DAS) networks and wireless data solutions across 49 states. The company's DAS solutions deliver reliable cell phone, data and multimedia services for any indoor wireless application, including in hospitality, healthcare, commercial business, government and higher education, airports, athletic stadiums and other public venue environments. As a best-in-class turnkey solution provider, Connectivity handles design, implementation, carrier coordination and integration, and ongoing maintenance and support, so that clients can focus on their core business. The in-building wireless services are backed by 24/7 service and support, and a team with more than 300 years of combined industry-certified expertise in wireless and RF engineering. The company has many offices including its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia; regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Houston, TX; Orlando, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; Frederick, Maryland; Charlotte, NC; San Francisco and Anaheim, CA; and other field offices throughout the U.S.

Connectivity Wireless Solutions and the company's logo is a trademark of Connectivity Wireless, Inc. All other trade names and marks are the properties of their respective holders.

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