Electronic repair company sets up new Kentucky location

May 25, 2018 by  

On May 8, the Bluegrass state’s newest uBreakiFix, a tech repair franchise, opened its doors at 6805 Houston Road in Florence following a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11:30 am with the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Much of the success of a new enterprise is dependent on getting the word out about its existence. Consequently, in addition to a ribbon cutting ceremony, many new businesses utilize a banner printing service so they can draw attention to their location.

uBreakiFix was founded by David Reiff and Justin Wetherill in 2009 and now has over 375 stores in the U.S. and Canada. No fewer than 21 locations have opened during the first three months of 2018. The company’s success at filling its niche in the electronic repair market can be credited to its unparalleled custom service, accessibility and convenience.
Wetherill explained:

“At uBreakiFix, our goal is to take the hassle of a broken device and create the most positive, convenient experience possible for our customers.”

The company boasts of its ability to fix any device with a power button, which includes computers, hover boards, game consoles, smartphone, tablets, and drones. Apparently some of the world’s leading tech companies are confident in their ability; both Samsung and Google trust uBreakiFix to provide their customers with same-day, manufacturer-backed repair services.

Chris and Victoria Conlin, the uBreakiFix Florence franchisees, have plans to add a second location later this year in the Newport/Highland Heights area.

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