The Gloucester County Economic Development Authority (EDA) is pleased to announce that PC Commander Inc., a new Computer, Tablet and Phone Repair Company has decided to locate in the 17 Plaza Shopping Center in Hayes next to Pet Castle.
The owner, Brandon Hawthorne, has over 8 years in combined experience in electronic sales and service. Prior to starting his own company, Brandon worked as a Store Manager for RadioShack’s throughout the peninsula.
PC Commanders Inc. takes the trouble out of repairing your faulty electronics, offering repair solutions for all your computer, phone, and tablet needs. With free diagnostic, they “Buy, Fix, Sell, And Trade”, offering a variety of computer, phone, and tablet services, depending on your needs. They can fix a variety of issues, be it a screen replacement on your tablet/smartphone, or a hardware/software issue on your computer, and aim to satisfy your service needs.
P C Commander Inc., was the first business to apply for and receive funds for Property Improvement, Façade Improvement and E-Commerce grants through the new EDA Incentive Program. “We are pleased to provide these incentive programs to Mr. Hawthorne and wish him many years of success and prosperity in Gloucester,” stated David Meeker, Chairman, Gloucester County Economic Development Authority. “Improving our local economy has been a goal of the Board, this program and the hard work of our EDA is helping do just that. Looking forward to P C Commander being in business for years to come,” stated Ashley Chriscoe, Chairman of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors.
The Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting event is scheduled for Thursday September 3, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. There will be a total of $500 in value given away to the first 50 people to attend. The first 50 customers will receive a $10 gift certificate that can be used on their next service.