Huddle up.

By: Jessica Bonardi

Are you ready for the can’t-miss October 1 fourth quarter all-employee event?

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If you’re a fan of the ESPN, you’ll enjoy watching today’s special episode of Up To Speed Center. Co-anchors Jess “Boneyard” Bonardi and Matt “Fiedy” Fiedler shared updates on what many are calling the most-anticipated employee event of the year: the 4Q Huddle.

What is a 4Q Huddle, you ask?

Every year, the fourth quarter is critically important, not only in football games, but to companies like Verizon to finish the year strong, and this year is no different.

That’s why we're celebrating the beginning of the fourth quarter on Friday, October 1, with a virtual 4Q Huddle. You’ll hear from CEO Hans Vestberg, Global Network & Technology leader Kyle Malady and Consumer Group CEO Ronan Dunne. Plus, a Business Group update from a special guest.

In addition, we’ll also have a Verizon first: hundreds of faces in a “live” crowd — all virtually, of course — thanks to Virtual Seats, bringing that live audience feel while keeping everyone distanced and safe.

If you’d like to be a part of the live on-camera audience, email with the subject line “I’m in” to get an invite to be part of the virtual crowd. Otherwise, be sure to tune in on October 1 at 12 PM ET/9 AM PT.

This is the can’t-miss event of the year, so let’s huddle up and win the fourth quarter!

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