Dever, Colorado (PRWEB)
July 15, 2015
Cellairis is a reputable mobile device and computer franchise with repair centers located throughout the nation. Their business is built upon providing dependable service with a fast turnaround on cell phones, tablets and computers repairs. Certified technicians are available on site to perform a wide range of device repairs, including cracked screen repair, water damage restoration, battery replacement and more. All repair services and replacement parts from Cellairis are covered under an industry-best warranty. They are known for offering the most competitive repair rates for iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy and Mac models. The approaching grand opening of Cellairis inside the Denver Walmart will give customers the opportunity to get their cracked or shattered screen professionally repaired in less than an hour, or while they shop.
IBISWorld’s (February 2015) market research report offered analysis of the cell phone repair industry, stating that the industry has experienced strong growth during the past decade as smartphone and data usage have increased. In addition, the rising popularity of expensive damage-prone smartphones has also given the industry a significant boost. Cellairis continues to meet the undeniable consumer demand for cell phone repairs by offering on-site, convenient repairs at an affordable price. If a customer cracks their iPhone screen or drops their iPad in water, Cellairis give customers a favorable alternative to replacing their entire unit.
“We all have enough hassle in our day. Our goal is to ensure that getting your phone or tablet fixed is not one of them. We are very proud of our recent establishment inside the Denver Walmart because now we can give customers the ultimate in both convenience and quality when it comes to device repair,” says Taki Skouras, the co-founder and CEO of Cellairis.
Cellairis offers more than just device repair services. They are also a leading retailer of designer cases and cellular accessories. Cellairis customers also have the option to purchase a Triple Protection Plan, which offers unlimited screen replacement for life.
If you would like to get more information about Cellairis and the device repair franchise or to find out if a Cellairis repair center is coming to your nearest Walmart store, please email mgann(at)cellairis(dot)com or visit cellairis.com.
About Cellairis: Cellairis has franchises throughout the United States including multiple franchises in the greater Denver area. Their device repair centers are committed to providing fast turnaround times and guaranteed repairs on iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy and other electronic devices. In most instances, mobile devices are repaired the same day, while you wait. From premium fashionable cases and accessories to expert device repair services, Cellairis holds a reputation for exceptional customer service and top quality workmanship. Cellairis also buys and sells used iPhones and iPads for cash.
West Valley City, Utah (PRWEB)
June 24, 2015
Cellairis holds a solid reputation across the nation for providing a fast turnaround with the best prices in the industry on mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad and Samsung Galaxy devices as well as Mac and PC computers. Their certified technicians are equipped to resolve cell phone problems such as cracked screens, water damage, weak batteries and more. Most standard repairs are complete in less than an hour, or “while you wait”.
The opening within West Valley City Walmart will give customers the ultimate hassle-free experience, as they can now get their cell phone or tablet fixed while they shop. Cellairis upholds their commitment to top quality workmanship by using only premium, quality-tested replacement parts and by offering a strong warranty on all repair services.
Cracked screens are among the most common smartphone damage. Square Trade revealed evidence on the prevalence of iPhone screen damage in a September 2014 article with reports that 27 percent of iPhone owners with cracked screens said they can’t use apps, and 29 percent said they can’t use some letters on their keyboard.
Unfortunately, this type of damage is likely to become even more prevalent as smartphone screens get larger. The growing amount of capabilities that smartphones now have, such as Apple Pay, also make them more susceptible to damage. Consumers are realizing that they can now get their cell phone or tablet fixed at a much cheaper rate than buying a brand new device. Cellairis has taken advantage of this high demand for mobile device repair services and is able to stay competitive within the industry by offering attractive advantages such as a fast turnaround, hassle-free service and the best prices. Cellairis goes one step further to offer a Triple Protection Plan, which gives customers unlimited glass replacement for life.
“We are extremely proud to offer this store-within-a-store concept with such a reputable retailer as Walmart. From our beginning, our goal has been to provide customers with the most convenient solution to get their cell phone or tablet repaired. Serving customers inside the Walmart of West Valley City highlights and accomplishes this commitment,” says Taki Skouras, the co-founder and CEO of Cellairis.
If you would like to get more information about Cellairis and the device repair franchise or to find out if a Cellairis repair center is coming to your nearest Walmart store, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.cellairis.com.
About Cellairis: Cellairis has franchises throughout the United States including multiple franchises in the greater Salt Lake City area. Their device repair centers are committed to providing fast turnaround times and guaranteed repairs on iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy and other electronic devices. In most instances, mobile devices are repaired the same day, while you wait. From premium fashionable cases and accessories to expert device repair.
Businesses in Grand Island are celebrating the kick-off to their busiest time of the year.
“Many small businesses begin to see about 70% or higher of their business transactions, their money coming in, from the Black Friday date through the first of the year,” Grand Island Chamber of Commerce President Cindy Johnson says.
The most anticipated shopping day of the year actually started on Thanksgiving day for lots of people in Grand Island this year.
Store managers say this year’s Black Friday in Grand Island has been busy.
“It’s been real good, we’ve had pretty typical preparations, we’ve opened at our typical time, we’ve had very typical crowd response, it’s been nothing but good, positive things here,” Menards Manager Marty Ingebretsen says.
But for a lot of shoppers, this year’s event meant setting their alarm clocks earlier than ever.
“Best Buy and Younkers opened at midnight, so we had quite a few lines that were ready for that,” Conestoga Mall General Manager Tony Schultz says. “We had a couple of the stores open at 3 and at 4 and then we opened the main mall at 6.”
“We went by the Walmart last night about 10 o’clock and it was crazy,” Grand Island shopper Lorry Dinkelman says. “The parking field was full.”
Shoppers say the earlier store opening times in addition to smart phone applications and Black Friday websites that help shoppers target specific items have made Friday’s crowds more manageable than previous years.
“I think a lot of people did shop at midnight and now today it really hasn’t been as busy,” Dinkelman says.
Grand Island Chamber of Commerce Workforce Coordinator Mary Berlie says the free Black Friday applications for smart phone users are helping people find just what they’re looking for, in less time.
“They’re categorized by different stores, different items, you can shop by price, you can even shop by door busters, what’s going to be the hot item that they’re going to be offering for super cheap,” Berlie says.
They’ll even give you directions to the closest store carrying the product you’re looking for.
Ingebretsen says applications like these help people get in and out of the stores faster.
“People can have an idea ahead of time of what they’re after,” Ingebretsen says. “That’s really assisted the guests so when they come in, they know what they want.”
An Arizona man lay handcuffed and non-responsive on the floor of a Walmart early on Black Friday.STORY HIGHLIGHTS
- NEW: A witness says the man’s head hit the ground “like a bowling ball”
- Jerald Newman, 54, is charged with resisting arrest and shoplifting
- His grandson says he tried to hide a video game from jostling shoppers
- Video shows the man later bloodied and unconscious on a Walmart floor
See local Black Friday coverage from CNN affiliate KNXV in Phoenix.
(CNN) — An Arizona man lay handcuffed and non-responsive on the floor of a Walmart on Black Friday, as his emotional grandson stood nearby.
Jerald Newman, 54, spent Friday night in a Maricopa County jail hours after being arrested for allegedly resisting arrest and shoplifting, according to the county sheriff’s department.
But the suspect’s family members, as well as at least one witness, said the man is innocent and that the treatment was unnecessary.
Newman’s daughter said that she, her father and other family members were in the packed Buckeye, Arizona, store soon after it opened late Thursday night.
“They were just letting people in; there was nowhere to walk,” Berneta Sanchez told CNN. “And teenagers and adults were fighting for these games, taking them away from little kids and away from my father.”
The grandson, Nicholas Nava, told CNN affiliate KNXV that Newman had grabbed one video game and put it under his shirt so that others jostling for the game didn’t take it from him. one person alerted a police officer, who then approached Newman.
Jerald Newman, 54, spent Friday night in a Maricopa County jail hours after being arrested.
David Chadd, a CNN iReporter from Las Vegas, was among those shopping for video games set up in the Walmart’s grocery section in a mass of people. he said Newman “was not resisting” arrest as he was led away from the crowd by a police officer.
The officer, Chadd said, then suddenly hooked the suspect around the leg, grabbed him and “slammed him face first into the ground.”
“It was like a bowling ball hitting the ground, that’s how bad it was,” he said.
That was around when Sanchez said she heard of the altercation from across the store and ran toward her father.
“I was fuming,” she recalled upon seeing her father on the floor. “They wouldn’t let me near him at all, they were telling me to stay back.”
Video, recorded by Chadd and later posted on CNN’s iReport, shows an apparently unconscious Newman head-down on the floor in a pool of blood. as he’s turned over, Buckeye police officers appear to attempt to revive him — at which point his face, covered mostly in blood, is revealed.
Several voices, apparently those of fellow shoppers, are heard saying, “Why would you throw him down so hard? All he did was shoplifting and you threw him down like that?” Another person says, “They threw him down. he wasn’t doing anything wrong.”
Two citizens then appear to come to Newman’s aid by applying paper towels to the man’s nose. Chadd estimated that Newman was knocked out for about 10 minutes, all the while gushing blood and handcuffed.
Walmart spokeswoman Ashley Hardie said the retail giant was aware of the incident.
“We are concerned whenever there is an incident involving a customer at one of our stores,” Hardie said. “We are in contact with the local police and are sharing any information we have with them.”
Members of the Buckeye Police Department did not immediately respond to CNN calls Friday for comment. Assistant Chief Larry Hall told KNXV that Newman struggled after getting hurt, saying he was aggressive and escalated the situation.
“There’s a whole other side to this story that wasn’t videotaped,” Hall said. “There is nothing, on the surface, (that) deems our officer acted inappropriate at this time.”
The Buckeye incident was one of a few such incidents involving police and shoppers at the chain’s stores nationwide.
Sanchez said that Newman was “emotional” when she talked to him, briefly, on Friday from a hospital where he was treated before being sent to jail.
“He was complaining of his pain, and he was angry,” she said.
She described her father as “a really nice man,” noting he is a custom furniture-maker who preaches through the California prison system. he has raised his grandson from birth and, even while in the hospital, Sanchez said the boy was her father’s chief concern.
Family members are hoping for a call from law enforcement, informing them that they can pick up Newman, Sanchez said. until then, she said her mother plans to talk to a lawyer Saturday to work on expediting the man’s release.
Whatever happens, Sanchez vowed that next year she won’t be shopping in the wee hours of the Friday morning after Thanksgiving.
“I will never leave my house again on Black Friday, because I don’t want to put my daughter through that again,” she said, noting her daughter was there to see police standing over her bloody grandfather. “I’d rather stay home. And if they have Black Friday, they need more security.”
CNN’s Marlena Baldacci and Greg Morrison contributed to this report.
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