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Make Jeff Graber Laugh in 60 Seconds and Your Mac, iPhone or iPad Repair is on Us, Says The Mac Support Store

May 12 2014, 9:01am CDT | by

Available for out-of-warranty Apple products that need repairing; Apple certified shop “The Mac Support Store” located in Brooklyn, New York has thrown down a gauntlet to anyone who is up for the challenge. With three opportunities to make the owner laugh, Apple owners could save hundreds.

Brooklyn, NY, May 12, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Demonstrating their commitment to owners of Apple products, The Mac Support Store is offering an incredible opportunity to save hundreds of dollars on an...

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Make Jeff Graber Laugh in 60 Seconds and Your Mac, iPhone or iPad Repair is on Us, Says The Mac Support Store

May 12 2014, 9:01am CDT | by

Available for out-of-warranty Apple products that need repairing; Apple certified shop “The Mac Support Store” located in Brooklyn, New York has thrown down a gauntlet to anyone who is up for the challenge. With three opportunities to make the owner laugh, Apple owners could save hundreds.

Brooklyn, NY, May 12, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Demonstrating their commitment to owners of Apple products, The Mac Support Store is offering an incredible opportunity to save hundreds of dollars on an expensive repair. Starting at 9am EST on Monday May 12th, they will be launching a new promotion, whereby, anyone who comes down to the store can get a one-time, free repair on their out-of-warranty Mac, iPhone, or iPad if they can make the owner, Jeff Graber laugh.

Specifically, The Mac Support Store is offering you three opportunities to save up to $800 or more from a repair that you need. All the customer has to do is make the owner, Jeff Graber laugh within 60 seconds and agree to these five basic rules:

• Only the customer can attempt to make him laugh.

• Customers trying to make him laugh are recorded on video and will be posted online.

• You only get three, 60-second opportunities to make him laugh.

• Only one repair per customer is covered.

• Smiles do not count.

"Obviously, the chance of a customer making me laugh is pretty good as they are given three attempts. Personally, I think it provides an incredible opportunity for anyone who doesn’t want to pay for an expensive repair on a Mac, iPhone or iPad to get it done for free. Really, I’m excited to see how people will attempt to make me laugh,” said Jeff Graber, owner of The Mac Support Store.

Today’s announcement further extends the benefits offered by The Mac Support Store located in Brooklyn, NYC, which already include; rentals, repair, data recovery, onsite calls, and home network security.

This opportunity ends on: Friday May 30, 2014 at 7PM

Contact Information:
The Mac Support Store
Jeff Graber
718-312-8341
Contact via Email
www.macsupportstore.com

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