Atomic City Computers will host a public ribbon-cutting event on Friday, November 4, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in conjunction with the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce. The ribbon-cutting will celebrate the store’s recent relocation.
There will be free hot dogs and prize giveaways for those who drop in a business card, a press release said.
The press release said Atomic City Computers has been in business since 2010 providing computer repair for residential and business customers, as well as mobile device repair, custom built desktop systems for gaming, office, and scientific needs, and onsite repair services for businesses.
“They offer dependable, affordable service, with no obligation, free diagnosis on repairs in most cases,” the release said.
Atomic City Computers was previously located in the Historic Grove Shopping Center in Oak Ridge until recently, when the store moved to its new location. The new address is 1968 Oak Ridge Highway in Clinton.
“This is conveniently situated one mile east of the Melton Lake Drive/Oak Ridge Turnpike red light, with the Marathon Gas Station, Crossroads Coffee House, Health Markets, and Total Image hair salon on the left hand side,” the press release said.
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