Date with Drickey: Hammer Time

Ben Drickey and his crew came out to film a behind-the-scenes video at our Southwest Plaza repair center this June.  Watch it here.

iFixOmaha: A Growing Company
With an Expanding List of Accolades

The Daily Record featured iFixOmaha in an excellent article this June.  Read it here.

June 2017 Small Business of the Month: iFixOmaha!

 

iFixOmaha is honored to be named Small Business of the Month for June, 2017 by the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce.  An excellent article featuring iFixOmaha can be found here.

iFixOmaha showcases use of Internet to grow chain of  smartphone, tablet, and laptop repair business.

iFixOmaha showcases use of Internet to grow chain of  smartphone, tablet, and laptop repair business.

iFixOmaha Featured in Google’s 2016 Economic Impact Report
 

iFixOmaha is pleased to be featured in an annual Economic Impact Report released this week by Google. iFixOmaha was selected by Google to represent Nebraska as an example of a business utilizing the Internet to grow their business. 

“Our company’s growth is a Google love story,” states Jason DeWater, iFixOmaha Founder.

 “The web is working for American businesses, and we’re continuously impressed by the extraordinary feats people can accomplish when they have access to information and the tools to put it to use,” says Mary Ellen Coe, President, Google Marketing Solutions. “Whether we’re connecting businesses with customers around the world, enabling publishers to earn money from their online content, or helping non-profits rally people in support of their mission, our search and advertising tools create opportunities for businesses, large and small, to grow and thrive.” 

Google’s search and advertising tools helped provide $222 billion of economic activity for 1.5 million businesses, website publishers, and non-profits across the U.S. in 2016. 

For more information about iFixomaha and Google’s Economic Impact Report, please visit www.google.com/economicimpact

Fifth iFixOmaha location opening soon at 129th & Maple

Fifth iFixOmaha location opening soon at 129th & Maple

NEW STORE OPENING IN MAY

We will be opening our fifth iFixOmaha location in late May!  The lease has been signed for the west end unit of the east building in Eagle Run at 3661 N. 129th Street. We're thrilled to offer electronics repair service to the West Omaha Maple corridor.

 

                                            iFixOmaha now offers repair of most gaming devices.

                                            iFixOmaha now offers repair of most gaming devices.

Game on at iFixOmaha!

We are excited to announce that we now service most gaming consoles and handheld devices.  Gaming is such a popular past-time and until now there has been no reliable source in Omaha for repairs, upgrades, and modifications. Whether you are a collector or new to the game...we can service your device!

We repair hard drives and upgrade storage on most styles of these brands: Xbox, Playstation, Wii, Gamecube, N64, Super Nintendo, Nintendo Entertainment System, and Famicon. While we are in there, we can also clean them up - just ask!

We are also offering limited case and button modification. Bring your device in to any of our stores or call (844) iFO-ToGo (or even live chat here) for more information.


We now can come to you to repair your iPhone with our On-The-Spot service or pick up/deliver with our concierge service.

On-The-Spot service can repair your iPhone On-The-Spot, right there and then.  Same day service.

All other devices qualify for concierge service where we pick it up from you, take it back to the repair center for service, and then we deliver your fixed device back to you.  Schedule permitting, we may be able to perform this service in the same day.

These services incur a $35 convenience charge on top of the low repair price.  Visit ifixomaha.com/onthespot-repair for more information or simply dial (844) iFO-ToGo!


iFixOmaha won first place, Smartphone Repair category in the Best of Omaha 2017 competition sponsored by Omaha Magazine.  We could not have earned this distinction without our customers, friends, and families voting for us.  Thank you very much!


iFixOmaha Owner Selected

Jason DeWater, owner of iFixOmaha, is one of this year’s Midland Business Journal’s 40 Under 40.

Jason was selected for his small business success, community responsibility, contribution to the area’s musical arts and passion for Nebraska’s economic development and consumer rights.

As part of Jason’s discount for donation program, Hungry Every Day, the three stores, 7643 Cass Street, 11425 S. 72nd Street, and UNO Bookstore have donated hundreds of pounds of nonperishable food and diapers to four area food pantries.

Co-founder and Artistic Director of Omaha Consort, a non-profit chamber music organization, Jason has performed dozens of premieres of rarely performed masterpieces.  In the summer of 2016, KVNO aired a Sunday series of Omaha Consort performances for which he provided weekly interviews. 

Jason is passionate about consumer rights and has put his time and money into lobbying for the Fair Repair Act in Nebraska. This legislation is for all Nebraskans and nearly every industry via free market, more jobs, growing businesses, an increased tax base, a cleaner environment and reduced third-party risk for tech innovation and entrepreneurship.

The Midlands Business Journal believes Omaha is a better place because of Jason DeWater and we do, too!


The freezing temperatures Sunday night in Omaha are a risk not only to your health, but also to your phone. Just exposing it to cold weather can run down the battery and even crack it.
— Fox 42 News — OMAHA (KPTM)

7 year-old Anabelle DeWater doesn’t mind getting hand-me-down’s, especially if it’s an iPad. DeWater got her tablet from her father, who owns iFixOmaha. Jason DeWater says he’s seen a lot of people get parts of their phones fixed, to prepare them for regifting. “This is a very busy time for iFix Omaha at Christmas. Everybody’s giving these tablets. They’re perfectly fine, so they should be used. People give them as gifts,” said DeWater, who adds that most of the time it costs less than a hundred bucks to get a new screen, or other minor repair, which can make even a device that’s been around for a few years, look and work like new.
— Fox 42 News — OMAHA (KPTM)