Nationally known charity organization St. Vincent dePaul and Seattle nonprofit InterConnection are teaming up to bring the Kenmore community an affordable resource for high quality computers and electronics. St. Vincent DePaul’s Thrift Store in Kenmore is permanently hosting the InterConnection Computer and Electronics Store.

St. Vincent dePaul’s Kenmore Thrift Store currently serves over 6,500 people a month. The new InterConnection Computer and Electronics store will provide affordable access to technology, with additional discounts for those on a low-income.

At the InterConnection Computer and Electronics Store customers will find great deals on high quality refurbished laptops and computers from $99. Laptops and Desktops come with Windows 7 as well as Microsoft Office 2010 pre-installed. The store will also provide access to other electronics at bargain prices such as smartphones, iPods, e-readers, and popular accessories like HDMI cables.

“We are ecstatic to partner with St. Vincent dePaul, they have been bettering communities across the country for well over 150 years. Together, we will be able to provide greater access to technology among our local community. Having a store in Kenmore allows us to reach people who might not be able to make the trip out to our Fremont Store,” says InterConnection Founder Charles Brennick.

The store will not only serve the community at large, but will be an excellent resource for students. Kenmore Elementary School, Kenmore Junior High and Inglemoor High School, along with colleges UW Bothell, Cascadia, and Bastyr are all less than a 10 minute drive from the Kenmore location. Customers who show school ID will get an additional $5 Off every time they shop at the InterConnection Computer and Electronics Store.

Open from 11am-7pm Monday-Friday, Saturday 10am-6pm, the InterConnection Computer and Electronics Store is located in the St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Store at 7304 Bothell Way Northeast, Kenmore, WA 98028.