City Computer - Since 2004, Rutherford County's Number 1  Computer Sales, Service and SUPPORT !

City Computer - Since 2004, Rutherford County's Number 1  Computer Sales, Service and SUPPORT !

 

our roots

Mission

To bring complete customer satisfaction by providing Quality, Value, and On Time delivery of services.

Philosophies

•    Every customer is a person.

•    Every person deserves access to tech knowledge regardless of amount of money spent.

•    People cannot make do without their computers for days or weeks, and it's our job to help prevent that from happening.

•    Fair pricing is a must.

History

City Computer officially began operation on June 1st, 2004 at 104 East Main Forest City in a small corner building near the center of town. After 8 months of growth it outgrew that location and operations were moved to a larger building on the same block. Within 9 more months another move was necessitated due to continuing growth and on November 1st, 2005 City Computer opened the doors to its newly purchased and renovated facilities on 159 West Main Street in Forest City.

Since 2005, City Computer has been honored with awards every year in the "Best of Rutherford County" featurette published by the local newspaper "The Daily Courier".

Management

Tom Roberson
Owner and Founder
Tom Roberson is a local entrepreneur with a lifetime of retail experience. From working in and eventually managing local retail stores, Tom has built a solid foundation in customer service and management. He operated a successful Window Blind and Shutter sales and installation service, and worked as a subcontractor in such for over 24 years. He has an extensive background in audio and video engineering, and still operates a Digital Remastering and CD/DVD Duplication service.

His technology experience ranges from operating Bulletin Board Services (BBS's) in the 1990's, to repairing computers and installing/maintaining networks and servers. His love for the IT world gave him opportunities to establish himself as a reputable technician and administrator.
He was the 2011 President of the Forest City Kiwanis Club, a member of the Forest City Merchants Association and is a former Spindale City Commissioner.