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Expansions abound in technology New businesses, expansions are reported around the Ozarks

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by Ashley Lewis

SBJ Staff

Local businesspeople have reported numerous business relocations, expansions and start-ups in the technology, computers and Internet industry in recent months.

?Computer Renaissance, owned by Thomas Dapp, opened at its new location Feb. 1. Located at 308 E. Republic Road, Computer Renaissance buys, sells, and trades new and used computer equipment, services computers, and can custom build systems to fit individual needs. A staff of eight is available from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday.

?Eller's Cybertising Consultants, owned by Sandra Eller, has opened an office in Lampe. Eller offers advertising services through Web pages, banner advertising, online classified ads, and online yellow page ads. Eller's Cybertising Consultants can be reached at 888-560-2862.

?Randy Ruggeri opened Airlink Communications Jan. 1. Airlink offers wireless communications, paging, dial up Internet services, and Web design and hosting. Ruggeri is an Alltel-authorized agent and has more than 10 years of experience in working with Alltel. Located at 1326 W. Cardinal, a staff of two is available 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

?Sherry Haney, owner of Pin Oak Computer Training Center, opened a second training room Jan. 1. The new room is designed for small classes of four students or private lessons. A staff of seven offers classes 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Thursday at 2003 E. Sunshine, Ste. G.

?Spencer Ashlock and Jay T. Garrott, owners of Legendary Designs, offer professional Web design and hosting services for individuals or businesses. The designers specialize in high quality static Web sites, Cold Fusion, and Macromedia Shockwave. Legendary Designs is open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Woodruff Building, 333 Park Central East, Ste. 205.

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