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Make It Work’s signature red Mini Coopers may have been the key to the company’s undoing when the vehicle’s owners sued for $26,546 in back lease payments on them. The Santa Barbara-based tech support firm closed its doors on June 25, putting two dozen technicians out of work and leaving behind a trail of angry Read More →
With a fleet of red Mini Coopers, Eric Greenspan built Make It Work into a tech support empire that stretched from Goleta to the Mexican border along the California coast. Starting with Santa Barbara in 2001, the company’s technicians fanned out across the Southland and rolled all the way to San Diego, the Mini Coopers Read More →
You might call it the curious case of Make It Work. The South Coast-based company was a pioneer in the business of at-home computer repair and networking installation. But after more than 10 years in business, it shut down abruptly on June 25, leaving employees out of jobs and customers wondering what was going to Read More →
Santa Barbara-based Make It Work has inked a deal to offer its consumer-oriented tech support services at 20 Costco store locations in Southern California. Make It Work’s fleet of signature red Mini Coopers performs tech support house calls throughout Southern California for consumers and very small businesses. Through the deal with Costco, a membership wholesaler, Read More →