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
I headed out to lunch today and needed to get some gas in my truck and I stopped at the Costco that is just around the corner from our Lenexa Store. I was pleasantly surprised with this:
I know that there are a lot of pictures of gas prices on Facebook and random pics floating around the Internet, but today here in Kansas City at Costco, gas is $1.329/gallon. That’s darn near the lowest I’ve seen since I moved here in 2001!
It’s an election year, so that’s got something to do with it, right? I’m sure the Democrats want a “thank you”. I’d also bet the Republicans would like to take credit. I don’t know who to thank – nor do I really care – so I’m going to just give a huge “shout out” to the gasoline gods that helped make my day by only costing me about $21 to fill up my tank this afternoon. I don’t normally mind if gas goes up and down much; but today made a good impression.
Speaking of savings…we are extending our Presidents Day Sale through Saturday – but you’ll only know the coupon code if you get our NEWSLETTER (HINT – another one is coming to you tonight!). Hopefully you’ve already subscribed, if not, you should do so here!
Have a good evening, Ryan
Say “I Love You” by having their most precious electronics serviced at Mission Repair!
Save 15% now through Sunday. 2/14/16!
Love is in the air, and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Some people find it difficult to select that perfect gift that means so much. Candy and roses always seem to do the trick, but you can surprise them with something unexpected. Think of that cell phone or tablet that is always by their side, and if it’s damaged, needs a new screen, or could benefit from some other service: We have a special for you. Once it’s repaired, every time they look at their trusty smartphone they will always think of you. Sometimes it’s good to be the hero, and Mission Repair is here to help.
Use coupon code “HEARTS” online or when you visit one of our locations for any new order placed with us. Coupon code expires 2/14/16 at midnight, so act fast!
Have a great weekend, Ryan
(Offer cannot be combined with any other coupon, including Got Repair discounted repairs. Valid on NEW orders only. Expires 2/14/16 at midnight.)
Good afternoon – here’s something to get your brain working. Look hard or you might miss it. What’s the difference between these two pictures of this delicious-looking sunflower cookie?
Well, I took a bite out of it, of course! In fact, that entire cookie was devoured with ease. I’m a cookie fanatic/expert. How do you become a cookie expert? Years of experience!
I was visiting Dandra’s library one day and found that there was an extra sunflower cookie made by Sara (another teacher) that was calling my name. Why a sunflower cookie? Yes it’s cute, but Kansas recognized the sunflower as official state flower and floral emblem in 1903 (the sunflower is also featured on the Kansas state quarter, state flag, and the nickname for Kansas is The Sunflower State.) Mission Repair’s roots are from Kansas as well!
Did you know that Sunflower heads consist of 1,000 to 2,000 individual flowers joined together by a receptacle base? The large petals around the edge of a head are actually individual ray flowers, which do not develop into seed. I didn’t know that either! There’s so much to learn here in the Mission Repair Blog.
I’m guessing that is why these succulent morsels were in the teacher’s lounge. In any case, this sunflower got “plucked” because it went missing…into my personal sunflower storage compartment 😉
See you tomorrow, Ryan
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15% off all repairs for our “After-Christmas” Sale!
That’s right! 15% off all mail-in repairs until Sunday 1/24/16 at midnight! Use coupon code “BROKEN” to receive 15% off your new repair order made tonight through Sunday night on our repair website, or you can call in to place your order.
Every year we have customer call to have devices repairs that they received just a month earlier; it’s why January is so busy for us. We are receiving an unprecedented amount of broken devices in our service lab that customers received new as Christmas presents, but somehow had some sort of an “accident” that necessitated a repair. We are here for you and helping those unlucky customers with a 15% coupon for all Mail-In Repairs. Remember that this coupon cannot be combined with any other discounts or “Got Repair” benefit discounted repairs.
Have a good January, Ryan