Seattle Nonprofit InterConnection Celebrates Grand Re-Opening with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Tuesday, July 07, 2015
Posted by: Anne Piacentino
InterConnection is eager to announce the Grand Re-Opening of the InterConnection Retail Store on Saturday July 18th in Fremont. InterConnection, a Seattle nonprofit since 1999, has become a major resource for residents seeking affordable technology.
Home of the $99 Laptop, the InterConnection Retail Store provides over 400 students and low-income families across the Puget Sound with access to high quality, affordable technology each month. InterConnection’s store consists of technology like laptops, computers, LCD monitors, no contract phones, and iPods. The wide selection of tech accessories has also drawn in the local tech crowd looking for hard to find items at bargain prices.
InterConnection has recently finished its complete remodel of the retail store. To celebrate the remodel and as a way to say thank you to the community for years of support, InterConnection is hosting a Grand Re-Opening. The public is invited to attend a Ribbon Cutting ceremony at 11:30am on Friday July 17th. District 6 Seattle City Council candidate Catherine Weatbrook will be cutting the ribbon, with refreshments to follow.
The Grand Re-Opening on Saturday July 18th, will offer customers both new and old, a chance to win prizes and take advantage of rock-bottom prices only available during the Grand Re-Opening weekend. An i7 Laptop will be raffled off along with twenty, $50 gift certificates good for repairs and services.
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