Maple Grove, MN, April 30, 2017. Device Pitstop of Maple Grove, the region’s premier provider of computer/cell phone repairs and retailer of certified refurbished computers (including iMacs and MacBooks), tablets (including iPads) and smartphone (including iPhones) announced today that it has received national certification from The Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBENC).
Teresa Swenson opened Device Pitstop in 2014 and has built it into the #1 ranked and reviewed by customers on social media. The retail store is open 7 days a week and provides repair services for computers, tablets and smart phones. Device Pitstop also buys and sells refurbished computers, tablets and smartphones. In addition to its retail store operations – Device Pitstop works with K-12 schools, community colleges and businesses of all sizes.
“We are excited to be officially certified as a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise. We want to expand into new markets and the WBENC certification will give us opportunities to learn and grow,” said Teresa Swenson, Owner of Device Pitstop.
The WBENC certification, for women-owned businesses, certifies that a company is at least 51% woman/women owned. It is the most rigorous and sought after certification of its kind. Working with WBENC certified companies can help corporations fulfill contract obligations. Companies and government agencies that include women-owned businesses as their vendors show their commitment to fostering diversity.
For additional information on Device Pitstop of Maple Grove, visit their web site http://www.devicepitstop.com/maple-grove/ or call 76.568.7578.
For additional information on WBENC visit http://www.wbenc.org