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With new name comes new focus on repair of game systems, phones, computers for former Play N Trade


Change is on the horizon for the former Play N Trade franchise in Muskegon, and that change involves a new focus on repair services for handheld game systems, game console systems, mobile phones, and computers.

Electronic Entertainment Exchange, Inc. (E3) purchased the former Play N Trade franchise at 5506 Harvey St. and will relocate it this spring to 222 Seminole Road under the new name of E3 Trade N Repair. The new location, formerly the site of Bitz Computer Repair, will undergo some façade improvements before the store moves in.

Customers are still able to trade in games and purchase game-related accessories like they did at Play N Trade, but will have the added convenience of being able to drop off their broken gaming systems for repair and save a bit of money, says Ron Kuszewski. Kuszewski owned the Play N Trade franchise and will stay on at E3 as general manager.

"We have accessories and games for all game systems going back to Atari days," Kuszewski says. "We can work with any game-related item. Vintage game systems parts are not readily available elsewhere, and there's really nobody who fixes handheld game systems like Nintendo DS, DS Lite, DSI, or 3DS. We repair all of them."

Kuszewski says customers can also drop off broken tablets, MP3 players, and laptops for repair.

The store, still located on Harvey St. until the move, has made the shift to the repair services and is accepting electronics for repair now. E3 Trade N Play employs three certified repair technicians. Kuszewski says most repairs take just two to five days.

Writer: Deborah Johnson Wood, Development News Editor
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