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New Repair Center Open in Seattle

ComputerCare is expanding!

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ComputerCare is expanding! We’re proud to announce the opening of a brand-new repair center in the heart of downtown Seattle. With views of the iconic Space Needle and just a stone’s throw from the rapidly growing South Lake Union area, ComputerCare’s Belltown location is the only authorized Apple repair center in the entire downtown area.

Home to well-known companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, Expedia, Zillow and a host of highly respected biotech and research organizations, the greater Seattle area is experiencing unprecedented growth and expansion. What it lacked, however, was a world-class technology repair provider catering to the needs of consumers and businesses downtown. Located at 2827 2nd Avenue, the new facility offers ComputerCare’s full range of repair and service offerings for Apple, Lenovo, HP and Toshiba products. For business clients, this includes free pick-up and delivery.

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New authorized Apple repair center in Downtown Seattle

Commenting on the new location, ComputerCare President, Georgia Rittenberg said, “Establishing a base in Seattle makes a lot of sense for ComputerCare. It allows us to bring our award-winning repair services closer to existing customers in the Seattle region, while opening new opportunities for future expansion in the Pacific Northwest. The Seattle area is a booming technology center, and yet suffers from a real shortage of quality computer and phone repair options. We’re very excited to offer our exceptional repair services and personal attention to businesses and consumers throughout the Seattle metropolitan area.”

If you live or work in the Seattle area, and are having problems with your laptop or mobile device, feel free to give us a call or drop by our office for a consultation. Our friendly team is there to help.

You can reach our Seattle team at 206-743-8052. Or, to open a help ticket, visit: http://computercare.net/local-services/ and click on “Get Started.”