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In Brief:

      • The uBreakiFix franchise has just expanded to the Dallas, Texas area.
      • The electronics repair company also has other expansion plans for the Dallas region in the works.
      • Find the latest news here!

uBreakiFix is fixing up some expansion plans in the Lone Star state. 

The electronics repair franchise recently opened in the Dallas-area city of Southlake on 2140 East Southlake Boulevard. 

uBreakiFix Southlake owner Steve Demetriou noted the growing importance of technology amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as the new location opened. 

“Amidst social distancing, technology has become the lifeline connecting us to work, school, emergency services, loved ones, and so much more. During these challenging times, I am proud to provide a reputable service that will support the Southlake community. We are open and ready to serve with extensive measures in place to keep the customer experience as safe and seamless as possible,” he stated. 

These health and safety measures frequent workplace sanitization, staff handwashing, limited store capacity, and other social distancing measures. 


Demetriou and his operating partner Joe Carter also own additional uBreakiFix franchise locations in North Dallas, Uptown Dallas, South Arlington, Hulen, Grand Prairie, and Flower Mound. Their ambitious expansion plans aim for an additional six locations in the surrounding area. 

“Southlake is a hub for growth and productivity. With plans for several more stores, we are eager to grow relationships and our reputation in this strong community so we can continue developing the uBreakiFix brand in Texas,” Demetriou said. 

About uBreakiFix

uBreakiFix was established in 2009 and currently has more than 500 locations worldwide, primarily in the United States but also in some Caribbean nations. Founded in Orlando, Florida by entrepreneurs Justin Wetherill and David Reiff, the electronics repair business expanded quickly by leveraging franchising. It specializes in repairing damaged smartphones, tablets, computers, and other types of electronic equipment. 

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