By the time COVID-19 reached the streets of Thunder Bay, life had already changed. At Marnics, these changes were taken head on.
Although keeping things in stock is a challenge, something we’ve all come to realize while walking down a grocery store aisle, Joseph Wenzell said their stock is always a priority.
“We’re delivering game consoles, TV’s and laptops to homes,” Wenzell added.
With these accommodations, Marnics is making the game of technology an easy accessibility for all of Thunder Bay.
Shopping with Ease
With the other locations closed for the safety of everyone, the Memorial Avenue location is set up for every technological need; set up for ultimate convenience.
Safety barricades and proper signage keep customers at a distance, but comfortable when needing to drop off a device or look for a new television, laptop or phone.
Their inventory is sure to be stocked. Need a game console? They have it. Brand new phone case? They got it.
We rely on these devices and current technology to keep us in contact with our loved ones we’re unable to see. The reliability is what’s most important at Marnics.
Customers buying a device or needing repairs can do so conveniently and safely.
On their website, a customer can pay for devices and repairs via credit card or PayPal and request free delivery.
And for repairs and new devices, free delivery is a perk we all need.
“We offer delivery [and] people [can] pay over the phone,” Wenzell said. It’s the easiest way to receive these needs.
Not only are deliveries at an utmost importance but Marnics will pick up any device in need of repair. Already doing the best quality repairs with the highest quality factory original parts, this is a necessity at an affordable price.
Turn arounds are still fast and because not all parts are the same, Marnics keeps their promise with quick turnaround and original factory parts.
It’s a time of uncertainty, but one thing is certain, Marnics will be there.
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