I’ve been out of the office for a few days in St. Louis working with NAPWDA and their amazing group of K9 work dogs…there were bomb, accelerant, cadaver, search/rescue and other types of dogs. Melanie (my webmaster) and I volunteered to be decoys at the “area search” station and with the help of Master Trainer Mike Perkins, we landed the job of “decoys”.
This meant that we needed to “hide” in the woods, while each handler took their respective dog through the paces and sent them off looking for us. Since these dogs are also protection dogs (and are used in law enforcement to find suspects), we either needed to put on a bite suit or crawl up a ladder into a tree stand quietly and wait for the dog to find us. Once they did – it was “game on” as the dogs would bark and intimidate while we waited for the handlers to come secure and reward them. Remember, this is training and these men and women need to keep their animals in top shape!
So, this cute pup was my first “lesson” for the day. You’ll notice that I took this picture from about 12 feet up in the air, and had I been any closer to the ground he might have ripped my boots off. It almost looks a little like he’s smiling, but make no mistake- he was all business and could smell my fear.
I like taking a little time out of my busy life to give back to the law enforcement and other agency groups when I can because they actually do lead thankless careers- it’s obvious that their dedication and devotion to protect us civilians just comes from within…so thank you to all of you that provide safety and security to the rest of us that don’t realize it enough. You’re our heroes.
Lastly – it was a fun day and I didn’t get bitten by any K9 dogs- only mosquitoes. They we out to get me!
Have a great afternoon and I’ll be back with some awesome Mission Repair news soon.
We are happy to bring you a brand new service today for the Motorola Photon Q! This is a 4G LTE smartphone and we’ve had many requests for screen replacement and repair. The wait is over and Mission:Repair is ready to handle the service immediately!
Why do I write blogs about these things? It’s because we have the longest linecard in the industry, and our customers (you) demand that we keep up with the technology when we can. It’s just that easy. If there’s a new phone that you’d like to see Mission Repair service – send us an email about it – or give us a call 866-638-8402. We will do what we can to accommodate you.
Wow, it’s just now about 6pm on Cyber Monday, and what a day this has been.
I have projects stacked up behind me. . .and they all had to wait due to the enormous amount of calls and new customers we received today. In fact, we’ve already broken every Mission Repair record to date including number of orders taken in a single day, number of phone calls, number of walk ins and number of repairs- and we still have 6 hours to go in this miraculous Cyber Monday event!
So we are still here – and we are open extra late tonight. Normally we close at 6pm, but doors are open and the phone system is still rocking. We have several representatives answering live so if you’re in need of an iPhone repair or if it’s time to get that tablet screen repaired, make your move now. Let me help you out a bit – we are offering FREE shipping on your repair (to anywhere in the USA!) and we also have a Cyber Monday coupon code available. Just use “cyber12” when you checkout online and it’ll save you an additional 12% of your entire order total on this 2012 Cyber Monday! Remember that this coupon expires today!
Ok, I have to get back to the phone system now and we’re coming back to you with more goodies and info from all of your friends at Mission Repair very soon.
I am coming off of a long weekend and boy, coming back to 500 emails is a great way to start a Monday :-). I guess you could call it “perks of the job”. Well, knowing that I would have a massive pile of work to come back to, I decided to come in a little early and get it all knocked out. I am at email #322 and its already 8:30 so I really need to get cranking, but I wanted to talk to you about our newest service before it gets too late in the day!
Today, we are proud to announce that we have the capability to replace the LCD screen on the Motorola Atrix 2! I know this is a dramatic sounding announcement, but look around, no one is doing this repair. So in true Mission Repair fashion, we will step up and get it done:-)!
So starting this very second, this service is live on www.missionrepair.com and we are stocked and ready for the masses. If you need more information on this repair or are not quite sure if whether you need the LCD or the glass/touch screen for the Motorola Atrix 2 give us a call at 866-638-8402, we love to answer our phones!
I hope everyone has had a great weekend. Mine included a a toy car, a toy car launcher and my eye ball… Ouch! I’m sure my 3 year old son didn’t mean to, but it definitely seemed calculated. Luckily my eye is feeling better today and I am ready for what Monday has to offer.
Something I have wanted to post for a long time is our Top Selling Products list. Like on most e-commerce sites, this is something you can find on various pages of missionrepair.com , but why not make it easy for you and just post it here? Below you will see data directly from out “back end” stats numbered 1-6. They have in no way been manipulated
As you can see, this list is mostly filled by Apple products, but our other repairs such as HTC, Samsung and Motorola services are getting up there! It looks like a Samsung repair service already found its way to up to the # 3 position. This list is always changing. There is just no way to tell whats going to break next!
I’m sure we will be seeing more of each other today, but until then –
I’m really back to tell you about our newest service the the Motorola Atrix 2 – we launched the Motorola Atrix line of screen repair services some time ago and we are happy to bring you the Motorola Atrix 2 glass repairs today to keep up with the ever changing line of cell phone screen repairs!
Crack that screen? Call Mission Repair 866-638-8402.
The Motorola Atrix 2 boasts blazing 4G speed, with dual-core power ZumoCast™ remote access to music and photos stored on your computer. You can snap shots in hi-res with 8MP camera, record video in 1080p HD, then enjoy sharp images on the 4.3-inch qHD display!
It’s the display that really makes this device stand out, and with an initial price tag of almost $500, you’d hate to be stuck with a phone that has a cracked screen. Mission Repair smashes the price barrier with an introductory price point of $99 for our repair service that will replace the cracked glass on the Atrix 2 Smartphone, you’re in good hands.
Thanks everyone. We are having an extremely busy day today in sales so I’m trying to keep up with the blogging the best that I can – I appreciate your patience!
The Atrix is a cool little Android smartphone. This 4G phone has specs that border on science fiction – which probably explains all the awards it won at CES 2011:
The world’s first smartphone with a dual-core processor.
The world’s first qHD display – up to 2x brighter than leading smartphone screens while consuming only a fraction of the power.
Unique webtop application.
Fast Web browsing with Adobe® Flash® 10.
Enhanced battery life – enough to watch two full-length movies back to back.
Fingerprint security – lock and unlock with just one hand.
3D gaming capability with NVIDIA® Tegra™ graphics.
The list goes on and on, but when you need a repair on this little beauty, who are you gonna call?