CRS Facility Courtyard View
CRS Main Entrance

Our training facility is located on over an acre of lush landscaped area in the heart of upscale Gilbert, Arizona.  This is truly a world class facility and no expense has been spared to create and cultivate the absolute best training environment possible for any potential student wanting to enter the cell phone and mobile device repair industry.  As an added benefit, our training facility is in close proximity (on the same campus) to an active, functioning and very profitable repair store for you to get a real “taste” of how things will be when you develop your own site!  This gives you an opportunity to garner more knowledge and operational philosophies to apply to your new or existing business.

CRS Lobby

Visiting Gilbert, Arizona, you’d never know you’re in one of the fastest growing communities in the nation.[1] In the last decade and a half, Gilbert has grown at a pace unparalleled by most communities in the United States.[2] As Gilbert has grown, the community has recognized the need to develop a strong, diverse economy while preserving its highly desirable quality of life.  In Gilbert there are always fun things to do, the community is active and the businesses are thriving.

Gilbert was recognized in 2010 as the “36th Best Place to Live in the nation”,[3] as well as among the nation’s “top places to live and learn”[3] by  Washington-based C.Q. Press rated Gilbert the “safest municipality in Arizona, and 24th safest in the nation,”[4] in their annual report released November 2009 using FBI statistics.

CRS Building Front
Parking Lot View

With over 310 annual sunshine days per year, and less than 8 inches per year of rain…you can virtually be assured that your time spent here during training is going to be fantastic!

Average Temperature °F(High/Low):
January….67/45     July….112/85
April….90/62        October….88/60


  1. ^ “Annual Estimates of the Population for All Incorporated Places” (CSV). 2006 Population Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. July 1, 2006. Retrieved July 4, 2007.
  2. ^ “Annual Estimates of the Population for Incorporated Places in Arizona”. United States Census Bureau. 2008-07-10. Retrieved 2008-07-14.
  3. ^ a b “Best Places to Live 2010″. CNN.
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