Schrock Innovations believes that companies should be good stewards of the products they produce. That is why Schrock offers to recycle computers, cell phones, and accessories at no cost. Normally monitor disposal is $15 per unit. May 21 and 22 Schrock is taking technology recycling to a whole new level with a 2-day recycling eventContinue reading »
Today we received an email from a long-time customer, Robert Houser in Lincoln, NE. He recently had a problem with his computer and was able to get the assistance he needed quickly over the Schrock Desk. Bob writes: I am sending you this message because i want to inform you that the service i receivedContinue reading »
Less than one year after launching a new Service Center and radio show in Omaha, NE, Schrock Innovations is scheduled to open its third location in September 2011. The new location will be located at the corner of 72nd and Hwy 370 in Papillion, NE across the street from the Shadow Lake Pavilions Mall. “OurContinue reading »
Schrock Innovations is releasing two new 30 second radio commercials scheduled to air in Lincoln, NE on multiple radio stations November 26-28 to promote the company’s two-day Black Friday sales event.Continue reading »
This is what they came up with. Go ahead and download the wallpaper and try it out on your desktop. Simply installing our wallpaper may not make your computer a Modular PC, but it sure is pretty to look at 🙂Continue reading »
Schrock Innovations is donating a $1,500 computer in a joint effort with the Lincoln/Lancaster county Health Department to encourage recycling efforts across the community.Continue reading »
Local computer company owner Thor Schrock will testify on Thursday that LB583, the Electronics Recycling Systems Act, is a poorly written bill that will create confusion, will reduce the number of choices Nebraska consumers enjoy, and result in higher prices for consumer electronic goods.
Schrock owns Schrock Innovations, a local computer repair and software development company with offices in Lincoln and Omaha, NE. Schrock is concerned that his small business would be considered a manufacturer under the bill, even though the intent of the bill was not to do so.Continue reading »