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CPR Cell Phone Repair Store Opens in Pigeon Forge

CPR Cell Phone Repair Store Opens in Pigeon Forge

CPR Cell Phone Repair, the largest and fastest growing retail mobile device repair franchise network in North America, is pleased to announce the opening of a new store in Pigeon Forge. CPR Cell Phone Repair congratulates Dewayne Holloway on the opening of his second CPR franchise location in Tennessee.

Josh Sevick, CPR’s President stated, “We are always pleased to see successful franchise owners expanding by opening additional CPR locations. Dewayne has done a great job with his first franchise store in Knoxville’s busy university district. We congratulate Dewayne and wish him continued success with his new CPR store located in nearby Pigeon Forge.”

The new CPR Cell Phone Repair – Pigeon Forge opened in early August and is located at 2430 Teaster Lane, Suite 102. Walk-in repairs are welcome and they offer a free estimate. A grand opening celebration will be announced soon.

“When I opened my first CPR store in Knoxville, I brought over thirty years of experience in the IT arena to that new venture. With the opening of my second franchise store, I’m also building on my experience as a CPR franchisee that really understands the needs of our customers. In addition to mobile device repairs, I am happy to also offer top quality laptop repair services to the Pigeon Forge community,” added Dewayne Holloway, CPR franchisee.

Technicians at the store specialize in tablet and cell phone repair, including devices with audio-sound problems, malfunctioning buttons, water damage or a cracked screen. However, CPR is a full service electronics repair store that also fixes desktop and laptop computers, game consoles, cameras, flat screen TVs and other electronic gadgets. Chargers and accessories are also available for purchase at the store.

Tourism to the Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Gatlinburg area makes this an ideal location for a cell phone repair store. A damaged electronic device could mar a vacation experience. According to Holloway, he has already assisted a number of visitors whose cell phone sustained water damage during their trip to a local waterpark.

To learn more about the store’s full range of electronic device repair services, please call 865-366-3303 or visit:

Photo – Technicians: Nathan Thamann, Maricio Luna, UTK Store Manager Amber Rivers, Wesley Bott, Tanner Harrison, Tara Harrison and Franchise Owner Dewayne Holloway.

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