Green Earth Computers Relocates to Northampton, Expands
NORTHAMPTON — Kiernan Gulick-Sherrill, owner of Green Earth Computers, recently announced that the business is expanding by two technicians and moving from Amherst to Northampton in order to better serve clients in a much larger office space.
The move to 20A Crafts Ave. will provide a more central location for many customers and make it easier for Green Earth staff to schedule on-site visits with clients across the Valley, Gulick-Sherrill said. The location is also more spacious, allowing for additional retail space for refurbished laptops, cables, and accessories.
Green Earth has also welcomed two new technicians to the team in response to the growing demand. Greg Schwartz and Daniel Cottle are set to join the company at a grand-opening reception on Friday, Oct. 9 from 5 to 9 p.m. The grand opening, which is open to the public, will feature the first of many Green Earth gallery exhibits, this one by photographer Jonathan Sherrill, Gulick-Sherrill’s father, and will be a part of Arts Night Out. An artist’s reception will be held from 3 to 5 p.m.
Schwartz has previous experience at a variety of tech companies, including TechCavalry and College Pro Computers, where he worked alongside Gulick-Sherrill.
Cottle is a Hampshire College graduate with more than 10 years of experience in computer and small-electronics repair. He previously worked in the Hampshire College Information Technology Department.
Green Earth Computers was created in 2009 and offers on-site and drop-off computer repair services as well as remote assistance. The business promotes sustainability and offers computer-recycling services. It also specializes in repair and replacement of computer screens and charge ports, as well as batteries.
For more information, call (413) 282-8324 or visit www.greenearthpc.us.