July 19, 2017

Inbox [July 19]: News and notes from Loyal Techs, Ninety Nine restaurant, Community Harvest Project, Clemente Course Worcester and YWCA Central Mass.

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Ninety Nine

Courtesy Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub

From left, Amy Leduc, Beverage Manager, Worcester Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub, Dina Tedeschi, P.T.O. President, Norrback Avenue School, Laura Brooker, Service Manager, Worcester Ninety Nine, Josh Thomas, Kitchen Manager, Gina Bandalewicz, General Manager, Worcester Ninety Nine, Brian Casey, Operations Director, Worcester Ninety Nine and Norrback Avenue School students.

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On-site, on-demand tech support startup Loyal Techs launches in Worcester

Loyal Techs, an on-demand support service, has launched, aiming to revolutionize the way consumers receive on-site and remote technical support.

With the click of a button, Worcester residents can book affordable and expert tech support for Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS. It’s a simple, inexpensive and convenient option for troubleshooting and fixing tech issues without booking a pushed-out appointment with a hefty price tag.

“Our only focus is our awesome customers and the services we provide,” says Anthony Inguaggiato, CEO of Loyal Techs. “Our goal is to provide the best tech support anyone has ever experienced. We want to be the only tech support option you think of for on-demand high-quality support.”


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