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Refurbished laptops available in Chandler

Ken Chan, Linda Chan and Andy Ip started Ironman Refurbished Business Computers, which offers computers at a reasonable price. Submitted photo

Replacing outdated computer equipment can be an expensive proposition. One Chandler-based company is helping out area businesses and families by offering certified used laptops at steep discounts. Ironman Refurbished Business Computers (IRBC) is owned by Ken Chan, his sister, Linda, and her husband, Andy Ip. Their unique business model allows customers to simply call or text for information on available units and pricing. Pickup is available by appointment at the Chandler warehouse and free delivery is available at convenient locations throughout the Valley. Since they started the business two years ago they have sold business-grade Dell laptops and Lenovo ThinkPads throughout Phoenix and abroad. “I believe we have been so successful due to the reliability of our laptops and because we focus on providing prompt and courteous service to our customers,” said Ken Chan. Each laptop purchase includes a

comprehensive tutorial to explain the features of the unit, a one-month warranty, and lifetime technical support. Prices range from $199 to $599 depending on the specifications of the model and bulk sales are available. Chan also owns the FutureKiddie franchise which offers classes that teach computer skills to boys and girls ages 3 through 7 at locations throughout Phoenix. He came up with the company name, Ironman, based on the ruggedness of the business-grade models they refurbish. He adds that their laptops are even used in schools and by many mechanics for diagnostic work due to their durability in the toughest of environments. Interested parties can call or text (480) 550-9078, email info@ ironmancomputers.com or visit www. ironmancomputers.com, for available inventory and more information. Pickup is available at their Chandler warehouse by appointment and at convenient locations throughout Phoenix.

PayPal to add 150 jobs to Phoenix market PayPal, one of the world’s largest e-commerce firms, is planning to add 150 new employees to its Chandler location this summer. PayPal’s Arizona facility was voted the Best Place to Work in 2014. Arizonans interested in exploring a career with PayPal are invited to the PayPal Job Fair on Tuesday, June 23, where recruiters will accept resumes and schedule interviews. Attending the job fair positions candidates at the top of PayPal’s consideration list and provides job seekers a three times faster application process. The job fair is set for 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 23, at the Courtyard Marriott, 1100 S. Price Rd., Chandler. To register, visit www.localwork.com/az/ phoenix/paypal. “PayPal’s decision to expand their team in Chandler is a cause for celebration in

the Arizona job market,” said Ryan Naylor, president of LocalWork.com, an online job board that showcases company culture. “Employers like Apple, General Motors and PayPal continue to add positions like these because of the quality of our local workforce. PayPal is well known for their inclusive and welcoming culture.” Among PayPal’s most popular employee benefits: • Medical, dental and vision • 401K with percentage of salary match from PayPal • Paid time off • Holiday time off • A one-month sabbatical for every five years with the company • Company growth and opportunity • Fun and energetic place to work • Voted Best Company to Work For in 2014.

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Local Realtor achieves Green Designation Veronica helping consumers Vega with RE/ see a property’s MAX Infinity has green potential. been awarded “Living green the National is about making Association of healthy choices Realtors’ Green that are also easy Designation, the on your wallet,” said only green real Al Medina, director estate professional of NAR’s Green designation Designation. recognized by NAR. NAR’s Green Vega achieved Designation this prestigious was developed designation after in response to completing 18 growing consumer hours of course awareness of work designed the benefits specifically of resourcefor Realtors. efficient homes The courses and buildings. Veronica Vega. Submitted photo were created in The designation collaboration with helps consumers a multidisciplinary team of industry who care about energy efficiency and experts from across the country, ensuring sustainable building practices identify designees gain comprehensive knowledge Realtors who can help them realize their of green homes and buildings and issues green real estate and lifestyle goals. of sustainability in relation to real estate. As an NAR Green Designee, Vega More specifically, Vega was trained in has gained the knowledge and the understanding what makes a property tools necessary to become a trusted green, helping clients evaluate the cost/ green resource for the greater Phoenix benefits of green building features and area. For more information about Vega, practices, distinguishing between industry visit www.SoldBuyVv.com or e-mail at rating and classification systems, listing VeronicaVega@remax.net. and marketing green homes and buildings, For more information about discussing the financial grants and NAR’s Green Designation, visit www. incentives available to homeowners, and greenresourcecouncil.org.

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