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CPR Cell Phone Repair Opens 100th Store

Cell Phone Repair Franchise to Add 10 More Locations by End of Year

SUMMERVILLE, Ga., Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CPR Cell Phone Repair, an on-premise cell phone and electronics repair franchise, has opened its 100th store in Hendersonville, Tenn. The cell phone repair franchise will open at least 10 more locations by the end of 2012, setting it up for exponential growth in 2013. CPR Cell Phone Repair already has 33 new stores in development for next year and hopes to open 200 locations by the end of 2013.

"We are thrilled to announce the opening of our 100th store," said Jeremy Kwaterski, founder and CEO of CPR Cell Phone Repair. "We will end the year with at least 110 stores open in the United States, Canada and South America, making 2012 a very exciting year for CPR Cell Phone Repair. We already have 33 new franchisees set to open in 2013 and several of our existing franchise owners are looking to open their second or third locations so we're confident that 2013 will be another big year for CPR Cell Phone Repair."

The 100th store is located at 112 Saundersville Road in Hendersonville. The owner is David King, who owns two other CPR Cell Phone Repair stores in Tennessee.

Dedicated to the on-premise repair of cell phones, tablets, laptops, game systems, mp3 players, GPS units and other electronic gadgets, CPR Cell Phone Repair's retail outlets offer "while-you-wait" service, specializing in the repair of water damage, charging ports, broken LCDs and much more – usually in less than an hour. CPR Cell Phone Repair also has an extensive buy, sell, trade program that helps keeps old electronics out of landfills by exchanging customer devices, and then fixing the old phones or reusing the parts in some other way. For devices that do not need service right away, the CPR Cell Phone Repair Shield protection plan offered by CPR Cell Phone Repair covers many types of damage, including full immersion, on any phone and most electronic devices—for less than a traditional warranty plan. CPR Cell Phone Repair was ranked No. 217 in Entrepreneur magazine's Franchise 500 in 2012. For more information on this opportunity, visit www.CPR-Franchise.com.

SOURCE CPR - Cell Phone Repair Franchise Systems, Inc.

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