RESCUECOM Expands Presence in New York City

Newest RESCUECOM Franchise Opens in Queens

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 5, 2004:

RESCUECOM Continues Growth in Downstate New York

QUEENS, NYRESCUECOM continues to enlarge its presence in and around New York City. This newest franchise joins five others already in Manhattan, as well as another in Staten Island, and will be responsible for serving customers in Queens and all of Nassau County.

Mohamed Khafaga, a former small business owner in the computer services market, chose to franchise with RESCUECOM primarily because of the company's ability to bring in clientele.

"In the past, my biggest problem has been drawing customers to my business," said Khafaga. "The RESCUECOM name gives me the credibility to grow a customer base much faster than when I was on my own."

A veteran of six years in the computer services industry, Khafaga has also taught computer skills at the Chubb Institute in Manhattan while trying to grow his small enterprise. In the end, he found the move to RESCUECOM the best choice for the continuation of his business.

"RESCUECOM provides much of the support that will make growing this business that much easier," said Khafaga.

Headquartered in Syracuse, New York, RESCUECOM® is the premiere franchiser in the computer services industry that delivers business and sales resources from the industry's "best of the best" computer technicians and consultants. RESCUECOM's main product, One-Hour On-site Response, delivers a certified technician to the customer within one hour of request and is available nationwide. For more information on either the business or franchising opportunities, visit RESCUECOM's website at www.rescuecom.com.



For More Information, Contact:
Christina Johnson, PR Specialist
(703) 986-3233
cjohnson@rescuecom.com

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