Courtenay computer store helps charities

ACS Computer Solutions is kicking off the New Year with a project to help non-profit and charity groups.

ACS Computer Solutions is kicking off the New Year with a project to help non-profit and charity groups. Any local organization can apply to get help with their technology needs, be it a small computer repair to a complete office network setup.

“We have had another good year,” said Andre Tewinkel, owner of ACS Computer Solutions. “It’s because of all the local customers that have chosen to do business with us that we can do this project.”

Most groups will be able to purchase computers at cost and receive free labour.

“We are going to try to help as many groups as we can,” Tewinkel said, noting the business has helped many people and organizations in the past.

For more information, contact Tewinkel at 334-2000 or andre@acscomputersolutions.com.

Acs Computer Solutions is located at 2663 Kilpatrick Ave. behind Driftwood Mall. The website is  www.acscomputersolutions.com.

 

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