Nov. 9, 2010 06:11 PM
With its buildout weeks away from completion, LUS Fiber is increasingly looking for ways to get the word out about its new citywide fiber to the home phone, internet and cable TV service.

With its buildout weeks away from completion, LUS Fiber is increasingly looking for ways to get the word out about its new citywide fiber to the home phone, internet and cable TV service. The telecom provider is now planning a downtown festival it is billing as "a celebration of our community, our technology and our culture." LUS Fiber,  along with radio station partner KJCB, recently began the event, dubbed "Community Fest", and scheduled for Saturday Nov. 20 in Parc International in downtown Lafayette form 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fest will include a free concert by Curley Taylor and Zydeco Trouble and door prizes. All current LUS Fiber customers present will be entered to win a big screen TV courtesy of KJCB. Several churches and nonprofits will also be on hand selling lunches, the proceeds of which will stay with their organization.

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