North Georgia Micro celebrates in Blairsville, Georgia
North Georgia Micro celebrated with a Blairsville Union County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting and luncheon on August 31, 2007. Guests and Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors introduced themselves and offered best wishes to the owners of the business. Music by Herb Erntz, a six-foot long submarine sandwich with all the fixings, and a computer-shaped cake added to the festivities.
Owner Tim Grader welcomed everyone to the event and explained various services. North Georgia Micro does networking, data recovery, sales and service, off site back-ups, computer forensics, computer repairs, and upgrades. We do about everything where computers are concerned," said Grader. "We even fix cell phones and game consoles."
Partners Randy Guyette and Tim Grader provide quality services at affordable prices to the consumers in Blairsville, Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. They stand behind their products and services with merchandise and return policies in place. North Georgia Micro holds honesty and integrity to the highest standards and hopes to benefit the community by hosting charity events and offering discounts to not-for-profit organizations, government agencies, and places of worship.
North Georgia Micro is a customer orientated business in Union County. Offering pick-up and delivery, they also have plans for exciting seminars and special discounts. Currently, and for a limited time only, North Georgia Micro is running a computer clean-up special. For the bargain price of $20, a technician will come out and remove spy ware and other malicious files from you computer.
NG Micro donates to S.A.F.E.
North Georgia Micro held a raffle with all proceeds going to benefit S.A.F.E. Five winning ticket owners received "thumb drives" (portable devices for transferring computer files from one location to another) after the drawing on August 31, 2007 .
Owners and partners Tim Grader and Randy Guyette presented a check to S.A.F.E. Services Coordinator Kim Klaas to be used in day-to-day operations of the Union County organization and its many worthwhile programs. "All contributions are greatly appreciated," says Klaas.