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The Tech Spot Celebrates its One Year Anniversary with Facebook GiveawayPosted Sept. 13, 2010
The Tech Spot, Kent State's computer repair center located in Tri-Towers, is celebrating its one-year anniversary this month! After a year of providing quick, convenient services and repairs at great prices, The Tech Spot has serviced more than 5,000 personal computers, and invites the university community to celebrate its success.
Current students, faculty and staff can simply 'like' The Tech Spot on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ksutechspot to enter into the giveaway. Details on how to win will be posted to the Facebook page on Sept.15, 2010. Participants must click 'Like' on The Tech Spot's Facebook Page before the end of October in order to qualify to win a prize.
The Tech Spot has a lot to celebrate. In just more than a year, they have expanded to serve the entire Kent State community, including all students, faculty and staff, received certification to repair Apple and Dell computers under warranty and have refurbished and donated laptop computers to many non-profits, including Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Portage County. The refurbished computers were donated by the Kent State community as part of The Tech Spot's spring semester Revive, Reboot, Reuse campaign.
"We are very thankful for the enthusiasm and feedback we've received from the Kent State community over the last year," says Wendy Shih, manager of information technology. "Now it's our chance to thank our loyal customers by giving them the chance to win some great prizes via Facebook."
For more information on The Tech Spot's One Year Anniversary Giveaway, visit its Facebook page at facebook.com/ksutechspot or its website at http://techspot.kent.edu.
By Christopher Hallahan