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By: Jeremy Godwin

Using our Verizon Visa Card to celebrate National Potato Day with Jeremy and a celebrity chef.

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On today’s Up To Speed, Jeremy introduces us to New Jersey’s own Chef David Burke who oversees his own restaurant at the historic Orange Lawn Tennis Club in South Orange, NJ. Chef Burke helps us celebrate National Potato Day with ingredients purchased with the Verizon Visa Card. 

About Verizon Visa Card

Get rewarded: 4% for gas and grocery shopping, 3% for dining, including takeout and curbside pickup, 2% for Verizon products and services, 1% for everything else.

Earn Verizon dollars, which can be used to pay for anything related to Verizon including your monthly Fios or wireless bill or towards the purchase of a new device from Verizon.

Find out more details about the Verizon Visa card, here.

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About the author:

Jeremy Godwin is a member of the Verizon Corporate Communications team and a regular host of Up to Speed. He's the team's resident tech geek and media junkie.

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