Although owners Jeanne and Ray McCrary will open for business on April 5 at their new location, a grand opening celebration has been scheduled for April 30.
Before Curves, the Computer Depot’s new building was home to Southern Auto, a parts store that served Cedartown for many years. The structure is approximately 2,500 square feet, and will give the McCrarys and their customers plenty of needed space; almost double the former location.
Ray McCrary said the new building will give the Tech Department twice as much room to work. He also said the merchandise display area is much larger, and that customers will love the improved parking. The new space will allow more storage and give employees a break room also.
The first 50 visitors at the Open House event will receive a free dvd/cd dispenser. The store will also offer 20 percent off anti-virus program AVG throughout the month of April and a free office program with any purchase.
The Depot’s services span a wide range of consumer needs, including virus removal, hardware and software troubleshooting, and data recovery. The Georgia Computer Depot also sells affordable computer merchandise and new and refurbished PCs. For more information, visit gacomputerdepot.com.
Ray McCrary is excited for the changes his customers will see.
“It’s been a long time coming,” he said. “We had a great landlord at (our former location) and the building was good to us, but we’re looking ahead and glad to be here.”