Custom Computer Company was a dream thought up in 2008 by Michael Reed and Dakota Harding. As time went on the two went their own ways and Michael met Brandon Bielski on 2011. Since that time the idea has grown and developed until late 2015. Michael started Custom Computer Company as a side job. Every so often enlisting Brandon for help on big jobs. In 2016, Michael made CCC an official LLC. and started working with his friend Matt Vaughn and got the CCC logo and original website. The gears were starting to turn. CCC was running out of Michael's basement in the first half of 2016 and by the second half got moved into a trailer so it was a total mobile computer repair business. The end of 2016 there was a lot of blood sweat and tears because we bought a building and started renovating and moving in. CCC officially opened its doors January 9th, 2017. When that happened we brought on a new member of our team, Jeff Boling, our salesman who got us jobs we never thought existed. After that was Shane Doyle for the night shift. And then Mason Ehas for an extra hand and Saturdays. The end 2017 hit and we went down to just Michael, Brandon, and Mason.
2018 CCC as a whole went down underwater from the worse flood in more than 150 years. During that time we saw the loss of Mason, going off and doing what was best for him. It also brought along the help of Kari Reed when we reopened 4 months later. CCC got fully remodeled to what we dreamed it would always look like. 2019 we brought on Dakota Harding, on of the original dreamers of CCC, as our front deskman as Brandon needed to start helping Michael with all the jobs outside of the 4 walls. Although Kari still helps out from time to time to this day. Late that year Dakota also moved on to work closer to home. Shortly after and in to the start of 2020 we moved up the road to the old Bell building on 3rd Street. The community center stayed where it was and became a real non-profit business. During this transition we brought on Aaron Dibble as our office guy and he also runs the rental hall upstairs that we gained by moving. Tyler Thompson now runs the Community Center and is happy to do so to help out his community. April started the Covid-19 virus that shut down the whole nation. We
were slow for about 2 weeks but have bounced back stronger than ever. Although it's been hard sometimes, CCC has been: growing, changing, and getting better and looking forward to our future.