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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Killearn Store

Computer Repair Doctor’s original location on East Tennessee st will not open until 1:30pm on Friday, September 5th.

 

Our second location in Killearn will be having a Grand Opening ribbon cutting ceremony at 12pm (noon) on Friday, September 5th. The event is open to the public and we will have pizza, sodas, and assorted snacks. Hot 104.9 and Hank 99.9 will both be onsite broadcasting live, and the Chamber of Commerce will be there for the ribbon cutting. We’ll have our ambulance onsite as well and we’re excited to be growing our business into the Killearn area!

Due to this event, all Computer Repair Doctor staff will be at our second location in the morning, but will be back to open our East Tennessee st store by 1:30pm. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause!

 
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