Well, downtown New Hope just got some tech support, mullions be darned. Although initially snagged by New Hope’s Historic and Architectural Review Board on their request to remove the decorative wooden window pieces adorning their new space, Creative Computing of 423 Wall Street (off Route 206) in Princeton has opened a second location at 20 W, Bridge St. in downtown New Hope.
The ‘downtown’ part is important because Radio Shack and others provide New Hope residents with a degree of digital device support, but Creative Computing has opened in one of the most crowded parts of New Hope, where tourists are plentiful but parking spaces are not.
Creative Computing believes its competitive edge lies not only in the row of alluring devices lined up for sale on a long table to the right of the entrance, but also in quality service.
“We’ve been in Princeton 17 years,” points out Georgia Ditzler, General Manager. “We offer both sales and service — we’re an Apple Specialist.” In fact, while Apple Stores abound, there are only a couple of “specialists,” vestigial service-authorized entities from an earlier, humbler Apple.
“It’s about enabling the Apple experience,” shouted out a technically-coiffed dude from behind the service desk.
Full disclosure: this publication is designed and maintained on an Apple platform, so I’ll be schlepping some piece of equipment over there soon to try them out…probably the keyboard my kids keep gumming up playing Club Penguin.
Creative Computing is located at 20 W. Bridge St.; 267-697-1622
OMG. I have been living in New Hope for over 30 years and have never read anyone who captures the vibe as artfully as this fellow Charlie Sahner. I just stumbled on to this link and I will be back. I especially enjoyed (almost laughed myself silly) the article on the closing of Rustica formerly of South Main Street. Keep up the good work Charlie.
Kudos to HARB