A local business is helping veterans and members of Veterans of Foreign Wars with free personal computer repair. That’s right! It is no-cost help. Of course, parts are not included.
If a veteran’s personal computer needs parts, the repair shop will not sell them the part, but they will give them a list of needed parts and tell them where they can obtain them. Parts will then be put in for the veteran.
So, if your personal computer is ailing and you are about to lose control, ask for help before you head to the big box super center to buy a new one. Get some professional help. Your computer may be fine. It could be a software issue or a minor part.
The expert advice and assistance is offered by a local Hillsborough personal computer tech. He is offering his no cost repair services to local veterans in Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, and Orange County. Other veterans can get assistance if they are in the surrounding area and contact him for assistance.
For many of our members, computer repairs are needed and they have limited funds. This is a good opportunity for them. To obtain assistance in this program, complete the attached form and send it to him at email@example.com. Download PC EMT Request
For Post 9100 members, we can also arrange for you to drop off your computer at the American Legion Post on our meeting night for him to pick up. Make sure you have made arrangements for pickup before you take your PC to the post.
Most computer parts, cables, memory, and accessories are available in Chapel Hill at Intrex Computers on Elliot Road at affordable prices and lower than many big box stores.
We applaud “Ben” for volunteering to help our post members and other local veterans. And we also thank the Crime Prevention/Training Department of NC Department of Public Safety in Raleigh for sharing this service information.