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PHILADELPHIA, May 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Verizon, which is sponsoring the second annual Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce's Small Business Week, May 12 –16, has several activities lined up for small-business owners in the Philadelphia-metro area, including a virtual event available to anyone with access to the Internet.

Today (May 12), join Verizon's social media contest to help kick off the week. Just follow both @PhillyChamber and @VZSmallBiz, then tweet out to us and tell us something cool or fun about one of your favorite regional small businesses, and use the hashtag #PhillySmallBizWk to be automatically entered. All tweets must be posted by 4 p.m. ET today for a chance to win an UP by Jawbone fitness tracker.

Network with Verizon and small-business owners in the Philadelphia area on Wednesday (May 14) at the Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District starting at 5:30 p.m. Click here to register or go to http://vz.to/1uUiBwL. More activities are planned for the rest of this week; go to the Verizon Small Biz Blog or click here (http://vz.to/1nA70RU) for the details.

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