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The local Oregon owner also was named franchisee of the year by the IT service brand.

COURTESY PHOTO: NERDSTOGO INC. - IT service company NerdsToGo plans to open a second Portland-area location in Tigard during the first week of April.Computer services companies are seeing an increase in need.

That's according to Rory Dunnaback, who opened up his first NerdsToGo franchise location on Main Street in downtown Milwaukie in February 2018 with his father, John Dunnaback. This April, they plan to open a second location in Tigard.

"We want to be on the leading edge. We've got to find ways for Nerds to interact quickly and professionally with clients," Rory Dunnaback said. "Great employees are essential to establishing such a positive culture. The people I've hired are a big part of the success I've experienced. Establishing strong relationships with clients builds up a positive culture. I value hospitality, people taking care of people."

"We've set out to serve small- to medium-size businesses," John Dunnaback said. "We want to serve their needs and serve residential customers with a level of service that is higher than what they were normally used to receiving."

NerdsToGo is an IT service franchise brand with headquarters in Texas.

On March 28, Rory Dunnaback was named the Franchisee of the Year for 2022.

"I feel honored," he said. "I think it's a testament to the hard work our team has done. I feel super fortunate to get to work with them on a regular basis."

Jim Howe is the president of NerdsToGo, and said that the award acknowledges an individual who excels in helping customers and employees achieve objectives, realize full potentials and build relationships.

"(Rory Dunnaback) has built a positive culture ,and he is serving on our franchise advisory council. He gives valuable feedback to improve the network and is well liked and respected by his team and the local community," Howe said.

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