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Tech Rescue
05-16-2017
Posted by: Kimberly Kratz

Before you give up on your broken cell phone, tablet or computer, make a stop into Fix Mobile to see how they can help. One of Quakertown’s newest businesses to open on Broad Street, it’s located just a few steps away from the Free Press building.

 

Owner Chance Tedesco is excited to have a niche in Quakertown, Fix Mobile’s third location of the fast-growing franchise. The store differs from his Palmer Park Mall kiosk and his South Mall store in Allentown. “You might say this is our first brick and mortar location,” he said.  

 

Tedesco had searched everywhere from Easton to Montgomeryville hunting for the right place to open a new location. In his travels up and down the 309 corridor, the Bangor, PA native said he kept hearing about the revitalization going on in downtown Quakertown. “Something told me to go and see,” he said. 

 

So, one day last summer, he took a GPS venture into downtown Quakertown to scope it out. 

 

Fate intervened when, just as he arrived at the traffic light entering downtown, he noticed a “For Rent” sign with a phone number in the window on the right. He pulled his car over and called the building owner. “I immediately loved the downtown area, the layout and without even knowing anyone in the community,” he said.

 

Tedesco knew he’d found Fix Mobile’s newest location in Quakertown.

 

“I just love the level of support that Quakertown Alive! and the whole community gives to small businesses in the area,” Tedesco said.

 

A former Marine Corps Reserve flight equipment tech and manager of a Sprint store, Tedesco started the Fix Mobile business out of his backpack. “I got myself in the habit of referring to [the business] as ‘we’ because I envisioned a team of technicians. We have a small team now with six employees and we are still growing.”

 

“Our focus is on being able to fulfill the needs of cell phone clients who are stuck.” 

 

Fix Mobile will try to find the most economical solution to repair your broken mobile device. Take your run over, smashed, or squished hunk of technology to Fix Mobile for repair soon.

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