CVTech Computers is Featured In the Merced Sun-Star
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MERCED, CA, October 3, 2011 – CVTech Computers today announced it has been featured in the Merced Sun-Star. The Merced Sun-Star has written an article that profiles CVTech Computers, as well as the owner, Ashley Smith-Jenkins. “I am very excited and honored that the Merced Sun-Star has selected my business to do a profile for them,” Smith-Jenkins says.
To see the article, please click here.
About The Merced Sun-Star
The Merced Sun-Star was founded in 1869 as the San Joaquin Valley Argus. The paper moved to Merced a year later and, after a series of acquisitions and name changes, became the Merced Sun-Star in 1926. Dean Lesher bought the paper in the 1930s and ushered in the newspaper’s modern era. In 1971, the Sun-Star moved from its downtown location to the current G Street site. The paper was sold to U.S. Media in 1985 and was acquired by The McClatchy Company in January of 2004.
About CVTech Computers
CVTech Computers is a computer consulting firm that provides IT support, network implementation, software and hardware installation, and Web design and maintenance services for the needs of small to mid-size businesses. For more information, please visit http://www.cvtechcomputers.com.
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