You heard it here first. I was sitting at lunch the other day when it hit me. Yes, Mission Repair has an excellent reputation. Yes, we offer first-class professional iPhone and MacBook Repairs. Yes, we offer 24 hour turnaround and remarkable shipping rates. But EVERYONE is doing all this now, so how does a company continue to set the standard in the electronics repair service market? It hit me like a ton of bricks…we’re just going to set a NEW STANDARD FOR SERVICE.
What is it exactly that we will be doing differently? Everything. We’re mixing it up and shaking the entire foundation of this market with our new service. This is the reason that Mission Repair has it’s excellent reputation and customer satisfaction. We set the bar high and our “GOTREPAIR” launch on 3/1/11 is going to reinvent the service world. Just watch and see.
Sorry I can’t give you more now, but March 1st will be here soon. We will have the back-end finalized, running and solid. We’re going to need it for such a huge expansion. We’ll shake the pillars of the very market we helped develop. Hang on tight!
Hello everyone- that’s right. It was almost 60 degrees on Friday here in Kansas City. Relatively nice and warm, plenty of sunshine and the snow accumulation that we had pretty much almost melted off.
This is what freezing rain will do to your trees!
So a couple of days later and here we are. . .in the office, watching a Winter Storm Warning for our county comes to fruition. We’re under this warning until 6am Wednesday morning and here are the details in a nutshell from weather.com:
“FREEZING RAIN WILL CHANGE OVER TO SNOW TONIGHT. HEAVY SNOW WILL THEN OVERSPREAD THE AREA TUESDAY. SNOW ACCUMULATIONS BETWEEN 8 AND 14 INCHES ARE EXPECTED THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING. BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WILL BE POSSIBLE ON ALL MAJOR ROADWAYS. THIS STORM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRING TRAVEL TO A HALT OVER MUCH OF KANSAS AND MISSOURI TUESDAY THROUGH EARLY WEDNESDAY.”
So since you live in San Diego, this is not a problem for you 😉 But the rest of the country is going to be significantly impacted by this as is my business, Mission Repair. This is the real reason for this blog post – the simple fact is that Kansas City doesn’t normally get this kind of weather, period. I’m looking in to my crystal ball now. . .and I see many shipping delays and service failures due to this storm. At this point we are planning on “business as usual” and we have some backup systems in place. However in the event of wide spread power outage and freezing temperature along with the expected 35 mph winds will freeze a person up quickly. We hope that this situation won’t be too devastating, but nature has a funny way of causing a huge mess. Here it comes!
Well I’ll be back with more blizzard-related info as it comes.
Thanks, Ryan “Chilly” Arter