Another new expansion at Mission Repair.

Hello again,

Just a quick update on the expansion at our Mission Repair location in Lenexa. We just added a new shipping and receiving space that is sure to streamline our process immediately.

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Here’s Lennie after a long hard day at work getting some of the counters installed, I think he must have put in 16 hours of “construction” work on Saturday into the late evening hours. Good job Lennie.

I can’t wait to see this new space when it’s completed. We do have shipping and receiving capability at our location in Mission, Kansas but it’s already cramped in there so I can only imagine how jealous Derrick will be when he sees this. It looks like there’s just a little more tile work to do and some trim work, then this area is ready to house 4 employees. Wonderful.

Speaking of shipping and receiving…did you see my last post about shipping devices into us? Let me remind you that even though we have less than a .1% shipping damage rate, some packages do get damaged or lost in shipping. It doesn’t matter if you use FedEx, UPS or the Post Office, they all do it. Start your repair off right by making sure that you package your device correctly (in a box, not an envelope!) per our online shipping instructions here. It will make life a whole lot easier for you. If you’re local to us and want to stop on by, you don’t need a tape gun for that!

Take care, Ryan

How was your Halloween?

Good morning and Happy November!
Halloween here at Mission Repair was scary…scary fun and scary busy! We had a fun day here at our offices and there’s still just a little bit of Halloween candy left here at the front desk. I’m sure someone will finish it off for us!

We had a ton on trick-or-treaters and even adults dressed up and picking up repairs. Here’s a scary ghost with her repaired iPhone in hand:

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We ran a special for giving 15% off your repair if you came in with a costume on…so we had a line from funny to scary to one almost inappropriate costume that I personally found hilarious…but it was all in good fun.

Thanks to everyone that participated in the event at Mission Repair, and we appreciate your business.

Talk to you soon, Ryan

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

20% off iPad repair this weekend only!

Don’t get steamed over that broken iPad!

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Take 20% Off That Next iPad Repair This Weekend Only!

There is no coupon necessary, all you need to do is mention this blog and you’ll receive 20% off that next iPad repair. It’s good for the whole range of repairs…from screens to batteries to charging ports to headphone jacks – you get the picture.

There’s no reason to cry over spilled milk, and there’s no reason to get mad about an accident. They happen. The bottom line is if you visit one of our locations now through Sunday November 1, 2015 at 5:00pm, we will repair your iPad at 20% off our normal prices if you mention this blog! No, this coupon doesn’t apply to iPhones, iMac repairs or anything other than iPad repair services.

Not local to us? No problem, you can get the same deal if you call us (1-844-459-0105) during normal business hours. Ask to speak to a representative, tell them that you read this blog, and that you’d like 20% off on your iPad repair order. All you need to do is call Friday, Saturday or Sunday to set up your new order!

This is a friendly “thank you” from all of us at Mission Repair!

(Offer cannot be combined with any other coupon or specials, including Got Repair orders. Valid on NEW iPad Repair orders only. Offer expires 11/01/15 at 5:00pm CDT.)

Have a fun weekend! Ryan

Happy October.

Good morning, I can’t really believe that I haven’t said it yet, but Happy October!

Wait a second, it’s already October 16th? I’m losing time somewhere. Somehow. Lately I’m been doing a lot of work with my technicians, it’s bringing me back to my roots. Speaking of my roots, can anyone tell me what this is?

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If you guessed an “Auto-Inject Floppy Disk Drive”, then you really know your vintage computer parts! This was one of my first projects in the business back in 1994; testing these drives for functionality. It was then that my father purchased a floppy disk drive repair business (consisted of a single employee and a few pieces of test equipment) and off we went into the floppy disk drive repair business for ourselves to compliment our monitor repairs and other component level services. The floppy drive repair business was so good that were were performing hundreds per week…but like all technology, things are bound to change! Needless to say, our floppy disk drive business is no longer around; but it was the precursor to what Mission Repair is today.

While I’m still the master at repairing old floppy disk drives, that doesn’t pay the bills. At Mission Repair we are doing everything we can to stay on top of the technological curve and adapt to new products when we can. If there’s something that you’d like to see us repair, give us a call! This means that I won’t get my hands dirty – this week I soldered on a blown capacitor on a older PCB for a customer that has been coming to us for years…he just likes the way I solder 😉

Check us out, we’re here for you. Have a great day, and oh yes, Happy October.

Take care, Ryan

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