Mohamed Elsayed began to professionally dissect computers at age 16, accumulating enough technical expertise to open Sunset Computer Works a decade later. Alongside expert staff members who share his congenial attitude, he now patches up all manners of electronics, ranging from smartphones and security cameras to Macs and video-game consoles. Consistently studying, Mohamed keeps abreast of the latest and least costly methods for restoring screens and software. His interview in the Rocky Mount Telegram assures clients that he'll examine "pretty much anything that has got a motherboard in it or a circuit board." Because he prefers to fix products onsite rather than work on them as he travels the country in a sloth-drawn carriage, he can guarantee a 7-day turnaround on most items, including iPhones.
Mohamed marries his overarching knowledge of all things wired with a fair-minded approach to repair fees. Complimentary diagnostics ensure that customers don't pay if their equipment requires no maintenance, and flat-rate prices often cover all aspects of hardware and software work. Employees strive to remain neutral in a world of brand alignment, refraining from making unnecessary purchase recommendations or speaking via iPad recordings of their mouth.
A professional fine portraiture studio. Specializing in family location portraits and portraits of children. One of our popular portrait programs are portrait safaris to the coast during our Beach Week in July. Please view our sample beach portraits on our website gallery.
After retiring, Army Sergeant Dan Smith traded his fatigues for a fully loaded feather duster and teamed up with his wife to start their own cleaning company. Employing a military-tested attention to detail and a supply of professional-grade products, Dan and his crew of bonded technicians specialize in both one-time and routine residential cleaning projects. Dan always runs a tight ship with a team comprising a deadeye interior painter, two bathroom-cleaning experts, and a 6’8” technician capable of dusting the blades of fans and low-flying airplanes without need of a ladder.
As members of the Coastal Plain League, a confederation of top college players staying hot for the summer, the Wilson Tobs kick off the 2012 season with a matchup against their North Division rivals, the Petersburg Generals. In the past, the Tobs' roster has helped cultivate such star players as current Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Justin Verlander. This year, Clemson first baseman Joe Costigan returns to the Tobs dugout along with St. Louis University pitcher Jon Levin, whose four wins tied for the team lead in 2011. The Tobs kick off their cleats at their home field, Fleming Stadium, a hallowed park whose 73-year history has seen appearances by the likes of Elvis Presley—the King himself—and Mickey Mantle—a player notorious for gyrating his hips before every swing.
Pope's Cleaners emancipates duds from dirt and stains at each of its five Raleigh-area locations. Revive wrinkled men's pants with a laundry wash and fresh crease ($7.07) or enlist the cleaning connoisseurs to free dress shirts ($2.55) from lipsticked collars and blushing cuffs with a laundry cycle. The Pope's cleaners hand-press every garment, lavishing dry-cleaned skirts ($6.39), trousers ($6.39), and dresses ($12.74) with precise, individualized attention. Refresh fusty down comforters ($47.23) or console honeymoon-snubbed wedding dresses with a tender cleaning and preservation ($275). Dirty clothes that arrive by 9 a.m. are tidied and ready by 5 p.m. the same day and available for pickup at drive-through windows at all locations except the Pope’s on Medlin Drive.