We’re on 95.7 the Vibe in Kansas City!

Hey all, I know that my blog is a lot about business. . .as it should be! This blog (and our business) are a couple of my most favorite things in life 😉 I get a substantial personal reward from seeing our business grow and we are passionate about what we do for a living. These are hard economic times and we’re grateful to have you as a blog reader. I truly mean that!

In the interest of growing Mission Repair, we’ve signed up as an advertiser on 95.7 the Vibe and 105.1 Jack-FM here in Kansas City. These are a couple of popular radio stations here in our area and we’re glad to have the opportunity to run some ads. It’s just one step before you’re gonna see us on TV! I feel a Superbowl ad coming soon (we’ll see).

You can hear us on their live streaming internet feeds here:

95.7 the Vibe
105.1 Jack-FM

We have it flowing through our sound system here at the office- which is another topic altogether. Here’s a quick pic of our built-in sound system and we have speakers in every crevice in the ceiling. I know that it’s tough to see and appreciate it, come on down and experience it for yourself, it’s just plain cool!


It makes for a relaxing and fun work environment here at Mission Repair. . .OK, gotta run, keep an ear out for our spots, they are great!

Take care,

13″ MacBook Unibody Cracked Glass Repairs now at Mission Repair!

Hello all, happy Monday!

It’s official, we’ve received our stock on 13″ MacBook Glass Panels and we are now taking orders! The price has been officially announced at $199 for parts and labor installed. This service will replace that cracked glass on your new 13-inch MacBook Unibody computer!

We can replace that cracked glass and save you hundreds of dollars!

We can replace that cracked glass and save you hundreds of dollars!

Check out our newest service, it’s the first of it’s kind! The 13″ MacBook Unibody Glass Replacement Service is now live and we’re ready to take care of your unit!

OK, busy day today, I need to keep this blog short and sweet. I’ll be back soon with more Operation:Education info!

Thanks, Ryan