HARTLAND, Wis., May 31, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hurricane season officially started June 1, 2012. According to Reuters, in 2011, tornadoes caused nearly $30 billion in damages across the nation. Meteorologists predicted this summer to have more tornadoes and floods than usual. They attribute this change to the irregularly warm 2011-2012 winter. Tornadoes, hurricanes and other natural disasters can knock out power for hours or even days at a time. Batteries Plus®, the nation’s largest battery and light bulb franchise with access to more than 40,000 types of batteries, light bulbs and accessories, offers several products and tips to help consumers prepare for and remain safe during the storm season.
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We repair broken Apple® devices, including iPads®, iPhones® and iPods®, most Samsung® devices and many more. Plus, we have screen protectors for cell phones and tablets.
In-store services include (among others):
• Cracked Screen Replacement
• Button Replacement
• Camera Repair
• Charge-port Repair
• Headphone-jack Repair
• Speaker Repair
• Battery Installation
• Screen Protector Installation
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Batteries Plus Bulbs, founded in 1988 and headquartered in Hartland, WI, is a leading omni-channel retailer of batteries, light bulbs and smartphone repair services for the direct-to-consumer and commercial channels.Through a nationwide network of stores, the Company offers a differentiated value proposition of unrivaled product selection, in-stock availability and customer service.
Batteries Plus Bulbs is owned by Freeman Spogli, a private equity firm based in Los Angeles and New York City. To learn more about one of Forbes® Top 10 Best Franchises in America for the past three years, visit Batteries Plus Bulbs Franchise