Margate, FL (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
Students from a variety of South Florida colleges and universities will face off on June 19 at 6:00 p.m. to determine which school produces the most knowledgeable IT experts. A live game show dubbed The Tech Factor Challenge will award $1,000 in cash to the top college team. The event will take place before an audience at the state-of-the-art technology campus of Saveology at 5259 Coconut Creek Parkway in Margate. A fast growing division of Saveology, MyTechHelp provides live 24/7 tech support for individuals and businesses.
Local colleges and universities who will field teams for the inaugural event include Atlantic Technical Center, ITT Tech, Keiser University, Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University and Nova Southeastern University. The colleges are encouraged to invite students to support their respective teams and to show school spirit.
The general public and the media are invited to attend the event, which is completely free and will feature a number of door prizes. At least 10 people in attendance will be randomly selected to receive year-long memberships to MyTechHelp, each valued at $120.00. Food and drinks will be available at deep discounts from Peroni’s Joint, a casual pizzeria and Italian grill which just opened several doors down in the Saveology Plaza and is owned by the Company.
“MyTechHelp was created to provide our customers with around the clock repair services for every electronic device they may own,” said MyTechHelp and Saveology CEO Benzion Aboud. “We hope to attract a high-energy audience from the schools themselves, Margate and the surrounding cities and are excited to invite them into our home. Our vision is for the Saveology Plaza to serve as a catalyst for renewed growth, and the opening of Peroni’s Joint is another way that we hope to create some forward momentum and a gathering place for the Margate community.”
During The Tech Factor Challenge, a panel of expert judges will put a series of increasingly difficult questions to the college teams. During the final round, each group will be asked to solve a complex problem, giving them the chance to demonstrate their computer abilities.
“The Tech Factor Challenge is a great opportunity for us to evaluate the technical skills of young people coming out of local schools,” said Meredith Jimenez, who serves as head of corporate development for MyTechHelp and Saveology. “We expect to hire dozens of MyTechHelp team members in the coming months, and are always on the lookout for talented individuals with deep IT knowledge and experience.”
In recent weeks MyTechHelp and Saveology have each held job fairs that have led to the hiring of dozens of new employees. The two companies expect to add a combined total of 700 new jobs over the next three years.
MyTechHelp’s technology experts help repair and optimize electronic devices ranging from computers (Macs and PCs) to home networks, smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, digital cameras, televisions and more. Comfortable working with all types of products, operating systems and software, including Apple™, Microsoft ™, and others, MyTechHelp’s staff resolves an impressive 96 percent of customer problems in just minutes.
MyTechHelp is a national leader in providing technical support across various product brands and technology devices for individuals and small businesses. The rapidly expanding Company is headquartered in the United States and utilizes a team of highly skilled, American tech support agents who are available to provide live assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whether customers opt for a low-cost monthly subscription or one-time Instant Support, My Tech Help provides immediate and specialized remote assistance which resolves over 96 % of problems within minutes. The expert support team at MyTechHelp is prepared to repair or optimize any electronic product a person may have in his/her home. Learn more at http://www.mytechhelp.com.