DAYTON, Ohio. The Dayton region will soon welcome its first brick and mortar FixAPhone location. The wireless repair center will focus on keeping its clients’ mobile devices in working order, and giving tips for more efficient use of their gadgets. Services include phone and tablet screen repair, water damage repair, battery replacement, cosmetic damage repair and more.
The new location in the 5800 block of Wilmington Pike in Centerville will employ six highly trained and experienced wireless repair engineers and technicians, but plans are already in place for additional locations in the Dayton region, opening the door for additional hires.
FixAPhone of Dayton owners Jim Harris, Angel Leonardo, Deanna Batista and Maila DelaCruz aim to go beyond repair services, with plans to host educational sessions, covering topics ranging from ways to capture the full potential of your wireless device and information on how to save money while doing so.
“At FixAPhone of Dayton, our number one priority is our customers.” says Owner Jim Harris. “Our mission is having repairs done right the first time and getting your device to look the way it did from day one.”
As the mobile device landscape evolves, users are not upgrading as quickly. This has created a growing mobile device repair industry. FixAPhone sets itself apart from the competition by focusing on customers first and helping them maximize their device’s potential.
A March 10 ribbon cutting will give guests an opportunity to explore the technology center and showroom.
What: FixAPhone Ribbon Cutting & Open House
When: Friday, March 10 @ 3 pm
Where: 5816 Wilmington Pike Centerville, OH 45459
About FixAPhone: FixAPhone provides quick and affordable mobile device and tablet repairs. The repair team share years of experience to provide the best repair service possible. FixAPhone has provides accessories and refurbished mobile devices and tablets for buy/sell/trade. www.fixaphonedayton.com/
About Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce: The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce brings together more than 2,400 businesses and organizations in a 9 county area surrounding Dayton, Ohio. The Chamber strives to improve the region’s business climate and overall standard of living through public policy advocacy, economic development initiatives and providing networking and training opportunities for its members. Information about the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce is available at www.daytonchamber.org or 937-226-1444.