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Vandenbranden makes ‘Digital Impact’ on West Point

August 19, 2013

Mattie Harrell buys a wireless mouse from Aric Vandenbranden, owner of Digital Impact. (Photo by Donna Summerall, DTL)

People constantly complain about having to travel out of town to buy things. If you need a new computer, laptop, router, an upgrade, or anything computer related, residents can find it at Digital Impact’s new location at 301 E. Main St.

“The new location is great, it is so pleasant for our customers. The building is the perfect size,” said Jennifer Harper, an employee at Digital Impact. “I love that it’s easy to see from the intersection of Main St. and Commerce.”

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