I Wish I Thought of That: Smartphone and Tablet Glass RepairPosted: March 12, 2013 Filed under: Creative, Unusual, Amusing | Tags: CPR Cell Phone Repair, entrepreneurialism, franchise operation, gadgets, repair, smartphones, tablets Leave a comment
There are a lot of tablets and smartphones out there and while we might think of some electronic devices as fashion items that we can throw away and replace on a whim, many of these gadgets are still sufficiently expensive that just getting another one if we happen to drop the unit and crack the glass is not a good alternative for most of us.
Enter CPR Cell Phone Repair, a franchise operation that, according to its website (http://cprstore-toronto.com/):
opened over 100 locations in over 25 different states, South America, and 4 Canadian Provinces, CPR has quickly established itself as the largest independent walk-in cell phone repair service provider in North America.
Have you shattered your LCD screen while rushing to an appointment as it fell out of your briefcase or purse onto a concrete slab? Has your toddler drooled all over your MP3 player? Have you run over your teen’s PSP? Did you drown your smart phone? Does your phone turn on but fail to work – looking like a blank slate? When you visit us, one of our expert service techs will be pleased to troubleshoot your ailing phone or gimpy gadget on the premises, and promptly provide you with a detailed estimate of what your repair will cost and how long it will take. If your phone or gadget happens to be under a valid manufacturer’s warranty, we may be able to fix it for you free.
As a potential satisfied customer, you should be aware that CPR®’s inventory is vast – how vast? Think of the grains of sand on a beach, and multiply by 2.5 and you’ll have a pretty good idea. Why is our inventory so vast you might ask? So that we can efficiently service your needs – in other words – whatever YOU need!
CTV News has a profile of the business: http://toronto.ctvnews.ca/video?playlistId=1.1192959
This is the beauty of entrepreneurialism: no matter what the issue, someone has the opportunity to provide a value-added service.