Funny, I feel the same way.

Hi again, it’s been a fun blogging day here at Mission Repair!

I was eating lunch at a new restaurant downtown in Mission, Kansas today and they had a “sandwich board” out front:

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It was kind of perfect because I was just thinking the same thing about Mission Repair. We do want to make our customers really happy. Of course! Get it “Mission?” In Mission. About Mission Repair!

So I snapped this pic and wanted to post it. “Nuff said”. Unless you want to talk more about it, just give us a call at 844-459-0105 and we’re here for you!

Take care, Ryan

Scary savings tomorrow!

Halloween is tomorrow! Don’t forget to stop by and save on your repair.

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Tomorrow you can receive 15% off your order when you visit one of our locations just for wearing a costume! We hope to see a lot of customers dressed up and we are excited to celebrate Halloween with you all!

If your costume is creative and we’re impressed – we may ask you a for a picture to publish on our blog to be read by millions. Interested in stopping by Saturday? We will be handing out candy to the little ones (a safe way to trick or treat!) and giving an awesome 15% discount to anyone that is dressed in a costume. Come on by!

15% off for walk-ins on Saturday 10/31/15 from 10am – 5pm, no coupon needed, but a costume is required!

Have a Happy Halloween!

(Offer cannot be combined with any other coupon or specials, including Got Repair orders. Valid on NEW orders only, 10/31/15 10:00am – 5:00pm.)

Questions? Give us a call before you come in!

Ryan

Technical update about checking out on MissionRepair.com – it’s a good thing!

Attention, Mission Repair customers!

We’ve got a security update completed that we wanted to share, and more importantly, describe how it could impact your online experience with Mission Repair.

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In a nutshell, the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI-SSC) earlier this year released FAQs ahead of changes to their data security standards. Among their recommendations, the Security Council heavily encouraged hosting providers to upgrade its Transport Layer Security (TLS) as soon as possible.

With security as one of our top priorities, our IT team worked to implement this update, and at the end of June, we disabled TLS 1.0 and moved to TLS 1.2 so we can continue to exceed PCI certification requirements and ensure all of our customer data remains safe.

What does this update mean for you?

Overall, the impact to your experience on MissionRepair.com was small. The main area to prepare for is in terms of any shoppers who try to access our site using Internet Explorer 10 or lower. These users will still be able to access the site without issue, but will receive an error message when visiting secure pages, such as our one page checkout where you’d type in your credit card information. Please note that a very small percentage of web traffic comes from these older browsers, so it most likely won’t even affect you at all.

Customers and administrators who want to continue using Internet Explorer 10 or lower can easily do so with just a few changes to their browser settings:

  • -On the Internet Explorer main menu, select Tools > Internet Options.
  • -In the Internet Options box, select the Advanced tab.
  • -In the Security category, uncheck Use SSL 3.0 and check Use TLS 1.0, Use TLS 1.1, and Use TLS 1.2 (if available).
  • -Click OK
  • -Exit and restart Internet Explorer

  • If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Support team for more information.

    Thanks, Ryan

    Save 15% this Halloween – Discount Inside!

    It’s almost Halloween, and we’ve got a special that’s perfect for the occasion.

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    On October 31st, 2015 you can receive 15% off your order when you visit one of our locations just for wearing a costume! Now, let’s discuss what a costume is. For example, if you’re a Police Officer, you can’t come in with your uniform on and say “I’m a Police Officer for Halloween”, that won’t work…sorry Tony B!

    We are looking for creativity, and anyone in a great costume that lets us take a picture of them might also be published on our blog to be read by millions. Interested in stopping by Saturday? We will be handing out candy to the little ones (a safe way to trick or treat!) and giving an awesome 15% discount to anyone that is dressed in a costume. Come on by!

    15% off for walk-ins on Saturday 10/31/15 from 10am – 5pm, no coupon needed, but a costume is required!

    Have a Happy Halloween!
    Ryan

    (Offer cannot be combined with any other coupon, including Got Repair. Valid on NEW orders only. Valid 10/31/15 10:00am – 5:00pm.)

    Almost there, I’d give it just a few more minutes!

    Good evening,

    It’s not often that I write blogs in the wee hours of the evening (this is my special sleeping time on most nights!) but I’m anxiously awaiting our Unique Visitor counter to roll over to 1,000,000!! I wonder if it will do it?

    Or will it turn over like a car odometer and go back to 1? Are we Y2K compliant? Yikes, who knows!! If there’s a stock market crash tomorrow, don’t blame the Mission Repair Blog…

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    At the moment it appears that we just need a few more readers (less than 100!) to view the blog…then I’m giving away a brand new iPad Air. That’s right, you still have time to learn about the giveaway (click here for details!) but I’ll stay up and watch for the winner. I will announce the winner right here tomorrow morning, so come back to see if you’ve won.

    I’m rooting for you, thanks for reading, I’ll be right here.

    Take care, Ryan