Local Business Aids Moore, Oklahoma Residents and Businesses Affected by Tornado
CPR Cell Phone Repair Offers Free Services to Those Impacted and First Responders
MOORE, Okla., May 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — According to the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management, nearly 2,400 homes were damaged in Moore and Oklahoma City from the devastating tornado that took place on Monday, May 20. With more than 10,000 people directly impacted by the tornado and more than 35,000 still without power, CPR Cell Phone Repair, an electronics repair company with five locations in the Moore and Oklahoma City area, is assisting those affected by the recent storms by helping them reconnect with loved ones, businesses, as well as assisting in the ongoing recovery efforts. In order to assist individuals and businesses in getting reconnected, CPR is providing a number of services including repairing liquid damage on phones and tablets, offering charging stations and providing refurbished phones free of charge to those directly affected by the storm.
CPR understands how important it is for Moore and Oklahoma City residents to have access to a mobile device to stay connected with family, friends, emergency responders and those assisting in recovery efforts. It is also important to repair these devices in order to gain access to important files, including precious photos and captured memories found on devices that may have been damaged in the storm. In order to assist, CPR will be offering liquid damage repair for cell phones, tablets and other electronic devices for free. With an average turn-around time of 24 hours, CPR’s staff of highly-skilled technicians is able to service a multitude of electronics devices including cell phones, laptops, gaming system, mp3 players, tablets and several other personal electronics.
In addition to free liquid damage to damaged devices, Moore and Oklahoma City locations will also provide free chargers to first responders or those that lost their own chargers during the storm. For individuals that do not have a cell phone, CPR will also provide them with a mobile device free of charge to aid in their recovery. For those still without power, charging stations are available at any of the five Moore or Oklahoma City area locations for those residents looking for ways to stay connected.
“We feel fortunate that our Moore and Oklahoma City locations were not directly impacted by the storm that took place this past Monday,” says Lee Moody, manager at the Moore CPR location. “We feel that it is our duty to assist the residents near the locations we service and provide these individuals an outlet to stay connected until whenever they need.”
The following Moore and Oklahoma City area locations will providing these services to affected residents:
- Moore – 2723 S I-35 Service Road; 405-703-1555
- Oklahoma City – 1704 Belle Isle Blvd; 405-767-9400
- Yukon – 1300 W Vandament Ave, Suite 601; (405) 265-1502
- Norman – 1680 24th Ave. N.W.; 405-701-8321
- Edmond – 309 S Bryant St.; 405-471-6464
For more information on locations and store hours, please visit www.cpr-stores.com or contact a local CPR via phone for assistance.
About CPR Cell Phone Repair
Founded in Orlando in 1996, CPR Cell Phone Repair is among the fastest growing wireless technology franchises in the United States and currently operates over 130 locations. As a leader in the electronics repair industry, CPR is proud to offer same day repair and refurbishing services for cell phones, laptops, gaming systems, mp3 players, tablets and many other personal electronics. CPR is dedicated to making communities more environmentally sound by providing safe recycling services for unwanted devices. It also donates a portion of all profits to its partner charity, Shriner’s Hospital for Children. CPR was named as part of the 2013 Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500 listing, and has received numerous awards since its inception. To learn more about CPR or franchising, visit http://www.cpr-stores.com/.
SOURCE CPR Cell Phone Repair