Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Computer store bridges technology gap for seniors and disabled

David Vaughan’s tinkering with computers over the years booted him into a new career in a retail space in which he had longed hoped to open his own business.

His tech know-how and uncommon business approach also are winning the Fort Worth entrepreneur rave reviews and numerous awards.

Vaughan spent 10 years working at Sabre Inc., but as older family members began asking him for computer help, he left the corporate world and opened Computers Made Easy almost three years ago.

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