Charlotte Street Computers to hold ribbon-cutting for new Klondyke playground

An update on the new Klondyke community playground, from Charlotte Street Computers:

Charlotte Street Computers is pleased to invite the community to the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Klondyke Playground, taking place on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 3 p.m. at the Klondyke Community Center.

“Jennifer has done some wonderful things with these children over the years; she puts everything aside to help them and has poured her heart out. I am so proud of her for helping the kids in this community stay out of the streets,” says Montford resident Harriet Tobe.

CEO Jennifer Mayer’s initiative to bring a playground to the more than 200 children that live in the Klondyke Homes Community was made possible through partnerships with Asheville Design Center, Green Opportunities, the Housing Authority of the City of Asheville and Asheville GreenWorks.

Charlotte Street Computers is a multi-location computer repair company founded in 2002. Today the company has grown to a staff of twenty four team members, including 12 of the top service technicians in the area. CEO Jennifer Mayer operates the company with a continued focus on customer satisfaction and philanthropic marketing.

Charlotte Street Computers provides upgrades, networking, troubleshooting, and repairs for home computers and small business systems for both Macs and PCs. The company also provides daily computer classes, one-on-one tutoring and rental computers for customers who are having their systems repaired. Charlotte Street Computers is a one-stop shop for exceptional repair and retail, and sells the full line of Apple computers at both of its locations.

Charlotte Street Computers is located at 252 Charlotte St. in Asheville, with a second location at 300 Airport Road in Arden. To find out about contests, giveaways, and the latest computer trends and products, become their fan on Facebook.


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