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Wade Cantrell

Phone 925-827-1200
Mobile Number 925-348-0962
Fax 925-827-1215
Website http://www.crsfbay.com

Mr. Wade Cantrell
Cantrell's Computer Sales and Service
1936 Linda Drive
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

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Wade Cantrell

Cantrell's Computer Sales and Service
Chapter: Contra Costa Business Referral Network

Computer, Computer Services



My BusinessCantrell’s Computer Sales and Service is the award-winning retail store and computer service center ideally located in Pleasant Hill to serve central Contra Costa County and the San Francisco Bay Area. Started in 1998, Computer Sales and Service provides a wide selection of world-class products backed by exceptional local support.

Ideal ReferralIs the business owner of a locally owned small business that uses 5 to 25 computers and does business within the 680 corridor and HW 24. This ideal referral will most likely be in an office environment and provides insurance, financial services, construction, or other professional services.

Top ProductOur top product in terms of profit per item is the higher-end custom-built computer for specific applications. Our top service is the on-site work for a business that is upgrading and improving its IT capabilities.

Top Problem SolvedOur top problem solved in terms of frequency is helping the customer determine whether to repair or upgrade their existing computer equipment, or to purchase a new computer. Our most interesting problem solved was designing and installing a computer lab for a local school.

My Favorite BNI StoryJason Wheeler, founder of DNC gave me a cold call and invited me to come visit his lunch group. This group was too small to be classified as a BNI chapter as they had about a dozen people. I had been invited to BNI chapters before and many were in the morning which was not a good time for me back then. Also, I had attended other hard referral groups, but was unimpressed. From the very first time I stepped into the room with the future DNC chapter, I knew this group was different and felt I was with a strong group of professionals who were friendly, savvy, and earnest.

My Ideal Referral PartnerMy ideal referral partner is not from a single classification, but has certain characteristics. This person(s) is a someone who is well connected within the local communities via multiple sources: through service organizations such as Rotary, business groups such as Chambers of Commerce, and are active networkers. Historically, the best referral sources are in financial-related fields such as CPA’s, mortgage brokers, financial advisors