Millennium Microsystems celebrates new location

CONTRIBUTEDThe owners of Millennium Microsystems were joined by local officials and representatives from the Chamber of Commerce of the Tonawandas for a ribbon cutting to celebrate the reopening of the business.

Months after losing their place of business to a devastating fire, the owners of North Tonawanda's Millennium Microsystems are back in business. 

Business owners Michael and Deanna Roberts announced that their business had reopened 74 Webster St. after being located at 165 Division St. since 2002. On April 29, the plaza where Millennium Microsystems and three other businesses operated, caught fire and the building was a total loss. 

The owners were joined by local officials and representatives from the Chamber of Commerce of the Tonawandas for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the reopening of their business.

The Roberts thanked their friends and family for the support while they were between venues and said their computer repair, data recovery and virus and malware removal services are available once again. 

"We hope to keep servicing past and future clients at our new location in the historic downtown North Tonawanda Webster Street business district and (are) excited for this opportunity," the owners said in a press release. 

Millennium Microsystems is open from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. They can be reached by phone at 213-0559. For more information, visit them online at mmicrosysm.net.

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