If you live in the Kansas City area, you know all about our ongoing highway repairs!
Sometimes navigating Kansas City highways is a real nightmare! While it may look like our Lenexa store is impossible to get to, we’re here to tell you that even though the 95th Street Exit off of I35 is temporarily closed, Mission Repair in Lenexa is busier than ever. In fact we had customers waiting for us to open this morning as we arrived. It’s that time of year!
On a daily basis we hear “I didn’t realize that you were still open” or “I’m glad that you aren’t taking a long vacation!” because if you live in Kansas City you know that there is some major construction happening at the I-435 and I-35 Interchange. It’s worked it’s way up to the 95th Street Exit (where you’d normally turn to go to Costco and our store) and at the end of the summer the improvements are going to be nothing short of spectacular.
We are really excited to see the new traffic flow, and the new interchange will lead customers right to our doorstep. Until then, everyone that visits us in Lenexa just simply needs to exit off of I-35 onto 87th Street and go WEST. Then immediately get onto Marshall Drive and head SOUTH until you find Mission Repair. If you make it to Costco, you’ve gone just a little too far!
In fact we’ve already ordered road signs that will line the streets and guide you into our service lab and you’ll see those soon; but for now if you have any questions on how to get here just give us a call at 844-459-0105 or send us an email and we’ll be glad to help.
Never fear, Mission Repair is here. In fact, we had some similar construction at our Mission location a couple of years ago, and it seemed that we got busier during the construction. It appears that history is repeating itself.
Have a great day,
Your Friends at Mission:Repair
Good morning everyone – I’ve done it again here at Mission Repair.
I’ve lowered the price on the infamous iPad Air 2 screen repair and trust me, that this is a big deal in the industry. You might wonder why our price is so much lower than the competition, and all I can say is that it’s good to be at the top of the supply chain. These screens come from the factory as complete assemblies. In fact, you might find some vendors claiming that they can do this repair as a “glass only” service but know that this is never the case because these devices need to have their LCD, digitizer and glass replaced all at the same time.
If you’ve got a cracked screen on your expensive iPad Air 2, there’s never been a better time to save big $$ at Mission Repair. Give us a call at 844-459-0105 or simply place your order online to get this repair started. There’s no coupon necessary and we’re ready to take care of business.
Have a great weekend,