New computer centre opens in Tucville

Stabroek News
May 27, 2000

A new computer centre in Tucville offers access to the internet and computer courses for adults and students.

The managing director of TecSoft Computer Centre and Browse Cafe at 558 Go Slow Avenue, Sherrie Reece, stressed the importance of computer literacy for students and noted the affordability of her courses and computer rentals along with its close location to a number of schools.

The centre offers programmes for children in computer literacy, adult training, on site computer rentals and a graphic centre for desktop publishing from bill books to calling cards. The centre is open from 9 am to 9 pm Mondays to Fridays and 9 am to 2 pm on Saturdays.

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