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Michigan Company Offers Free Computer Services to Deployed Soldiers
Livonia, Michigan – November 17, 2010 – Keeping soldiers connected with their families during the holidays is a priority of Michigan computer repair company Luker Technologies.
After seeing an Internet video in which a soldier was denied free help with his printer, Will Luker, 26-yr-old owner of Luker Technologies, has decided to step in and help. He’s offering free remote computer repair to all active-duty military personnel currently deployed overseas.
Mr. Luker plans to use a technology that allows him create a secure connection to the soldiers’ computers to control the mouse and the keyboard.
“It will be like I was sitting in front of their computer myself,” says Luker. This will allow him to fix issues ranging from virus infections to printer problems.
“Our troops are away from their families and in dangerous situations, so I will do anything I can to help out,” Luker says. “I’m in a position where I can use my computer knowledge to remotely fix their laptops and allow soldiers to communicate with their families. The holiday season is upon us, and I want the soldiers to be able to share the holidays with loved ones using their computers.”
Interested soldiers should visit the Luker Technologies website http://www.LukerTech.com and fill out a service request form. Soldiers would provide a good phone number, email address and time they would be available for their computer repair session.
“The time differences will make things difficult, but I can burn a little midnight oil to support our troops,” Luker said.
Luker Technologies is based in Livonia, Michigan and specializes in computer support for both small businesses and home users. Along with computer repair and support, they also offer web design and internet marketing campaign management. Will Luker started Luker Technologies in 2003 after leaving the Internet Crime Unit of the local Sheriff’s Department who hired him at age 17.“I’ve been involved with another organization in the past that supplied laptops to soldiers overseas, and it was a rewarding experience,” says Luker. “I like helping people and won’t let 7,000 miles stand in my way of doing my part to help the troops.”