To provide better support to existing customers and to welcome new ones, Precision Web Tech Inc. has opened a retail store.
The full-service technology company has been available online for more than 13 years at www.precisionwebtech.com. Now, the business will also have a storefront, located at 113 E. Second St., Jamestown. The business will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, with extended hours to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
To celebrate the new store, Tim and Valerie Hays, Precision Web Tech owners, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon Monday. State Sen. Catharine Young, R,C,I-Olean; Sam Teresi, Jamestown mayor; members of the county Chamber of Commerce; and several other local officials are scheduled to attend. There will be several door prizes and other giveaways throughout the week.
The inside of Precision Web Tech’s new retail store at 113 E. Second St., Jamestown. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place noon Monday and several door prizes and other giveaways will be occurring throughout the week.
Precision Web Tech is a complete technology solution provider offering services to businesses, educators, government personnel and residential clients at the local and national level. Services include network administration, cloud computing, computer sales, service and repair, Web design and development, video surveillance and structured cabling. The new store offers items from laptops and computer hardware to Nintendo 3DS, Xbox and gaming systems all in stock.
"The new store is an expansion of our great service as well as an outlet for our online store, www.precisionwebtech.com, which features over 700,000 items," Hays said. "We offer products ranging from mobile and desktop computer products to gaming systems and network hardware, and our competitive prices rival even the big-box stores."
The store is the first for the company, but retail is no stranger to Hays. He has more than 15 years of retail, business management and marketing experience, along with 10 years of information technology experience. Hays said deciding to open his first retail store in Jamestown will add a sustainable businesses to the city's downtown and is the perfect way to grow as a company.
"We strive for success through unparalleled service and guaranteed products. We'll continue to solidify customer relationships and build on core values that has allowed us to continue being an industry leader in the tri-state area," he said.
For more information, call 985-4800. The business has a Twitter feed, @mypwt, and is on Facebook at facebook.com/precisionwebtech.