Press Release: Satellite Office
August 2000 – Computor Companion Satellite Office Opens in Bonner Business Center
Signaling its continued growth, The Inland Empire’s newest
computer magazine, Computor Companion, has opened a
satellite office in the Bonner Business Center, Sandpoint,
The free magazine, which serves the Idaho Panhandle and
northeastern Washington state, is published by Logical
Expressions Inc, 311 Fox Glen Road, Sandpoint, Idaho. Logical
Expressions Inc is a 6-year-old technology services firm which
relocated in 1996 to Sandpoint from southern California.
Computor Companion’s many how-to articles help people use their
computers more effectively, while other articles entertain or
point to helpful web sites.
The main office will continue to be on Fox Glen Road, but the
satellite office provides easier access for vendors, staff and subscribers, as well as the
conveniences of the Business Center — conference room, central
receptionist and more. “Our rural location is in sync with our plan to create a
regional yet home-based virtual business, with staff connected
to us by computer, but certain business needs, which became
apparent with our continued growth, mean we really need this
satellite office,” said Susan Daffron, managing editor.
Daffron is the author of How to Use PowerPoint 2000,
published by MacMillan Publishing, and articles for Bedford
Communications, publishers of Computer Buyer’s Guide and Laptop
Buyer’s Guide. She and her husband, James Byrd, a programmer,
own Logical Expressions Inc.
Daffron said some business services, such as express mail
deliveries, are not available at their rural base. Growth has
meant a greater need for one-on-one meetings. “It’s easier to
meet with us in the Bonner Business Center than at our rural
headquarters,” said Daffron.
The satellite office address is 804 Airport Way, Suite J,
Sandpoint, Idaho 883864.
Computor Companion is free. About 15,000, 24-page issues are
delivered bimonthly in Stevens, Pend Oreille and Spokane
counties, Washington, and Bonner, Boundary, and Kootenai counties,
Idaho. For more information, phone 208-265-6147 or email:
sdaffron AT logicalexpressions.com. The firm’s website is at: http://www.logicalexpressions.com
EDITOR’S NOTE: Susan Daffron is available as a guest columnist.
Topics would focus on helping people solve their computer
problems, demystifying the computer, and software/hardware tips.