Bubba's Computers 'n More was started in 1995 by Shayne Miller. The business was started to offer people a small home based business that would travel to a client's
home and solve the problems of the PC or software or lend a helping hand. The business's original name was 'Puters Galore. It was located about
10 miles southeast of Kearney, Nebraska.
In 1999 the business was moved to its current address in Pleasanton, Nebraska but has remained a home based business.
Over time the business name was confused quite frequently with 'Putters Galore and was thought of as a Golf Pro Shop. In 2002 the business changed its name
to Bubba's Computers 'n More to stop the confusion. Also over time more services have been added to make this a full service computer shop that offered many services
and products. Today the main service it offers is web design and hosting. It still offers its original purpose of being able to travel to a home to perform
service or upgrades, but has added software development, computer sales, computer purchase consultation, training, part sales, and any other function of the PC or related products.
The business today still only has 1 employee to help keep costs to a minimum. Shayne is a seasoned veteran in the computer world but also realizes that in order
to provide great service, he must keep up on education on the new and upcoming programming tips, software development changes, and computer parts. Shayne graduated in 1990
from Kearney State College which is now part of the University of Nebraska campuses. He has a B.S. in Computer Science with minors in Mathematics and Statistics. Throughout time he
has added many continuing education seminars and classes and received a Web Developer's Endorsement through the University of Nebraska in Omaha and the
Nebraska Business Development Center. This was accomplished in April 2003.
Shayne is also a member of the Internation Webmasters Association. As most things are to join is a small amount of dues, this association offers you the
customer many benefits as well. Here is my pledge to the Code of Ethics and
Professional Standards of Practice. If these are not followed you are no longer a member and must remove
all reference to being a member.