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Joanne's Citizens 2 Way

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(4 Reviews)

24716 W Warren St, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127

(313) 278-0560

CLOSED NOW
Today: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tomorrow: Closed
60
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat:
SunClosed
Extra Phones

Phone: (313) 278-0565

Brands
Astatic
Payment method
paypal, all major credit cards
Location
the cb shop is located on the north side of warren avenue, about 6 blocks west of telegraph. if you look up above the buildings, you can't miss the tower and antennas on the roof, from several blocks away. there is no parking on warren so you come aroun
Neighborhood
Dearborn Heights
Categories
Radios-Citizens Band, Radio Communications Equipment & Systems

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Overall

Citizens has been servicing and installing my radios in my semi for years. Very satisfied with there work and cusTomer service. Would highly recommend.

greg.hale.5074

07/24/2014

Overall
Above and beyond

I had a custom install job done on my truck. She promised that her technican would not pull off my truck until he was done....yep sure enough he was non-stop on my job. If fancy chairs and spending 30 minutes looking for a parking spot is what you want then this shop isn't for you. What really impressed me was her service after the sale....good luck getting any follow up from the box stores. It was nice calling with questions and not having to push 1 for Spanish and 2 for English. If fancy chairs and a counter person that has no clue what he's talking about better look else where.

William T.

05/30/2014

Overall

There are so many things about this place that I don't like, it's hard to know where to begin. If you're going there, make sure that you call first because the "hours" posted are often ignored.

Upon entering the shop, you can't help but notice then many "dustballs" on the floor, the dust-covered counters and the scores of old CB radios lying about in various stages of disassembly. Oh...and the "cute" little signs..."Thanks for coming, NOW BUY SOMETHING!" or "Your lack of planning is not an emergency!". This pretty much sums up the attitude.

If you come in to buy a radio, they will immediately steer you to an "Export Radio". Pricey with a nice . Pricey with a nice profit margin. The problem is that these radios have extra power that you don't need and channels that you are not likely to be licensed to use.

Need a repair? No problem, they do plenty of those...nice profit in that. Oh...warranty repair? Sorry, they don't do those. That's between you and the manufacturer. They just sell the radios, they don't actually stand behind the product.

In short, you'd be much better off getting a radio at Best Buy or Radio Shack.