“It’s Nice To Give & It’s Nice To Receive”
Do you have any computer issues?
If you do I know just the guy who can take care of your computer problems.
Just two weeks ago I had a problem with the printer in the club room office. I looked on the Web and called McAlpine Computer Engineering. It was on a Sat. morning at 11:00 a.m. and Michael McAlpine answered my call and I explained the problem I was having. Michael showed up one hour later at noon and not only did he fix the printer, he also tuned up the office computer so that it now opens the Web Site & files much faster. He also deleted a bunch of games and other things that were not needed that was hogging up hard drive space. When it came time to pay Michael he told me he wanted to give back to the American Legion because when he was 16 the American Legion sponsored him to attend Boy’s State and Michael didn’t charge us a dime. Michael is now 30 years old and he said he really cherished the time he spent at Boy’s State and it helped him to prepare for collage and he will always remember it thanks to the American Legion. Michael spent 1 ½ hours with me and thanked me for calling him. Most Computer Technician’s get $65.00 to $80.00 per hour, but Michael was only charging $40.00 per hour.
Michael can help you with, Wireless set-ups, Upgrades, Troubleshooting, Virus Removal, Diagnostics, Remote Support, Data Back-Up and more. Best of all he is local (lives in G.R.) and makes house calls, and is Windows Configuration Certified.
The next time you have computer or printer problems Give Michael a call at 1-517-449-4082 or firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be glad you did.
Butch the Web Master
Please check out our web site americanlegionwyomingmi.org and you can find our Newsletter information on line, just click on any of the following Menu Tabs to catch up on what’s going on at Post 154:You can click on the Commanders Message, or Auxiliary, Club Room, SAL Commander’s Message, Event’s Calendar, Entertainment Committee, and Up-Coming Events. You can share your thoughts and ideas of what you would like to see on our web site by e-mail to: email@example.com to the Attn. of the Webmaster. We welcome your input as this is your web site and we want your thoughts and ideas.
Butch Hogan, Web Master, Post 154