CenturyLink to open first Nebraska store in west Omaha

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Posted: Wednesday, August 7, 2013 12:00 am

CenturyLink will celebrate the opening of its first Nebraska store – near 156th Street and West Maple Road – with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. Thursday.

Danny Pate, vice president and general manager of CenturyLink's Nebraska market, will host the event.

"This is the first store in all of Nebraska," Pate said.

Customers can watch demonstrations, browse the selection of products and talk with store personnel about their communications needs. Devices that demonstrate how many of the company's products and services work are available throughout the store.

Store representatives also can provide customers with reviews of their accounts and assistance with their bills.

The CenturyLink store will offer high-speed Internet, Prism TV — the company's interactive TV service — home and business telephone services, and wireless phone services from Verizon Wireless.

Visitors who stop in during Thursday's event can enter to win tickets to the Nebraska-Penn State football game and other prizes.

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