iPad repairs are rolling out. I’m not sure why we ever take a day off!

Hello folks, I’ve been trying to get back to the blog today but it’s has been a busy day around good old Mission Repair. In fact, we are quickly approaching our “record-breaking” mark for number of orders in a single day and it’s only 5:00pm here in Kansas City. I think that we will reach that milestone shortly!

All of this activity really slows us down on the rest of the necessary daily activities – like blogging – or emails – or taking out the trash 😉 I think that we are still a little backlogged from the day off last week when the entire company was closed for the 4th of July. It’s always a nice break to get out of the office and take some time with our families but honestly it really cramps the business when we return.

As a business owner, it’s fine with me. But as a working owner, I understand the pressures that it puts on the employees. I’m feeling it too!

So it is the end of the day, I am able to sit down and jot out a few words. I just wanted to stop and say “thank you” for all of your business, praise and input. We are doing our best here providing the nation with the most amazing iPad Repair service and fixing cracked iPhones by the truckload. . .and I will continue to improve our service packages.

Remember if you need us, just call 866-638-8402. We are open 7 days a week but remember if it’s 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, or Christmas, we’ll be relaxing for a minute.

Have a great day, Ryan

Mission Repair company Olympics continues…

Hello everyone, we had another monthly Mission Repair employee Olympic event this weekend on Saturday evening. Canoeing! Firstly, let me tell that that all of these pictures were taken with a GoPro waterproof camera. If you don’t know about the GoPro, it’s highly recommended by yours truly!

So we got a couple of canoes, paddles and life jackets (if they wanted them) and we headed out the pond at the Estates of Wolf Creek in Spring Hill, Kansas. I set up a course in the water by pushing a few pieces of PVC pipe into the soft mud and away we went!

Lennie “Guns” Martin was a top contender.

Youngster Casey took the win on this one!

Jake was digging hard after a rough start.

Part-Timer Dylan was on a good track.

Of course, after the main competition the team was all warmed up and ready for some goofing off. All I heard was “let’s joust” so they took turns on the canoes and paddled into each other out in the deep water.

Fortunately, no one tipped the canoe, and overall it was an amazing event that everyone enjoyed. We were all able to sit down to a BBQ dinner, get dried off and spend the evening telling lies about how we “coulda” beat our opponents.

Hey these were some funny shots and I just wanted to share this morning. I’ll be back with some Mission Repair business info soon.

Take care, Ryan