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Happy Mothers Day!

Happy Mothers Day!Is your Mom frustrated with her slow computer – is it not working how it should, giving her attitude? Give her the gift of a better working computer with our Windows PC Computer Tune-up Service (Bring-to-us or Remote).


Fine Print: Discount on Bring-to-Us or Remote versions of the service only. May be purchased as a Gift Certificate (via the link above), or can bring into our office without pre-booking during offer valid dates. Offer valid 2019-05-12 thru 2019-05-17. If purchased as a Gift Certificate, Gift Certificate is valid for 5-years from date of purchase. Other restrictions may apply.


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