Tommy Grafman grew up in Southern California, graduated from Taft High School in the San Fernando Valley and attended Pierce College and WVOC. He majored in graphic design and is a gear/tech head too. From there he worked for Hitmakers Magazine, a weekly music trade publication and worked directly with major record labels including: Warner Bros., Columbia, Sony, Arista, RCA, MCA, Capitol and Virgin Records. Within a short time he took over as VP/Sr. Production Director (and held that position for over a decade) responsible for all production, art, technical aspects and complete managing of the of production and editorial staff of the multi-million dollar magazine.
Tommy used his years of experience and expanded his freelance graphic design to include Apple Mac computer consulting. Some of his clients include: World famous artist Alan Aldridge, L.A. Car.com, AutoDesignO, The Little Door Restaurant & Little Next Door Café as well as other companies and individuals. And in 2004 he partnered up Todd Frank to make MacMyDay. In 2015 he formed MacMyDay, Inc. Contact email@example.com
MacMyDay Social Media Team
Jake and Justin Grafman both are involved with and have a finger on the pulse of the Social Media Marketing (SMM) World. Both Jake and Justin help consult MacMyDay on current SMM trends and updates. Some of their SMM work is with Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (including being the founder of The Deaf Social Network on Facebook with over 7,500 members).
Todd Frank grew up in Southern California, graduating University High School in West Los Angeles, and attended Santa Monica College. He started working in the Mac field by taking a position as purchasing manager with a company called Dr. Mac, in Sherman Oaks, CA in 1990. He learned the business from sales, vendor relations, to being service authorized.
Todd began Apple Mac consulting in 1999 and partnered up with Fred Freed of FFI Service Center. Together they serviced The Boeing Company space and communications division in Huntington Beach, Seal Beach and Long Beach, California. On his own Todd worked with clients such as Sylvan Learning Systems, Cedars Sinai Hospital, UCLA Medical Center, and Learning Tree International as well as other business and home users. In 2004 he partnered up with Tommy Grafman to form MacMyDay. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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All Service Payments due when services are rendered unless a previous agreement is made between the client and MacMyDay, Inc. Abandoned Property and or Storage: Customer agrees to pick-up computer or hardware and pay for service(s) rendered (or if services are declined) within thirty (30) days of service completion. If computer is not picked up within thirty (30) days a storage fee of $1 per day will be charged in addition to the original fee. Equipment left behind, without returning our phone calls, voice-mail messages, emails and not picked up or paid for after 90 days will be considered abandoned by state law. Hardware or material in the repair will be removed from your equipment. If computer or hardware is not picked up within ninety (90) days it will be considered abandoned, according to California state law, and equipment will become property of MacMyDay, Inc. and will be sold or recycled to recover damages and non-payment. MacMyDay, Inc. reserves the right to refuse service to anyone.