Kevin Patroni at The Laptop Man, Northern Beaches, is encouraging readers to take advantage of this week’s deal.
Kevin Patroni at The Laptop Man, Northern Beaches, is encouraging readers to take advantage of this week’s deal. Peter Holt

Laptop Man has plans to go Aussie-wide

THEY have gone from strength to strength in Mackay, and now they are planning on taking their business Australia-wide.

The Laptop Man owner Kevin Patroni said they had already received positive feedback from people interested in getting on board with a Laptop Man franchise in Gladstone and Toowoomba.

"We want to start with Queensland," he said.

"It's an exciting time; we are growing The Laptop Man brand."

This week readers can get involved with The Laptop Man's quality service by collecting their Bag a Bargain, Buy Local campaign.

"We have a two for one deal on ex-government computers," he said.

The computers are only a couple of years old and have all been fully refurbished.

"But the best thing about them is the price," he said.

Readers will also get a discount on smart phone repairs.

"We are seeing damaged smart phones all the time," he said.

"Every day, it's very common."

For more information about how The Laptop Man can help you solve your computer problems, call 4953 4580. The Laptop Man has two stores in Mackay - one on Shakespeare St and one at the Northern Beaches Shopping Centre, and they also have a store in Sarina on Broad St.

Great savings

  •  Grab your local bargain coupon in Friday's edition of the Daily Mercury
  •  This week readers can buy two ex-government computers for the price of one, and get a discount on smart phone repairs

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