As we evolve and grow, we must relocate. If you have submitted an order through our website, it might have instructed you to send your repair to our previous address, at 9214 Marshall Drive Lenexa, KS. Due to technical issues on the back end of our website, we are unable to remove these instructions at this time. We are working diligently to get this issue resolved. In the meantime, please send your repairs to our repair depot location, at 12351 W. 96th Terr, Suite 108, Lenexa, KS 66215. This is a temporary location as our permanent office is being renovated. We expect to settled into our permanent location around the 1st of November. Thank you for your patience!
I keep forgetting that it’s a “leap year” and we have that extra day here in the month to get some extra tasks accomplished. I don’t know if it was by design, but many major events are aligned with leap years like 2016.
The UEFA European Football Championship, Summer Olympic Games, United States Presidential Election and Winter Olympic Games (up until 1992) are all held on leap years. While there is no definitive reason why these events happen to only take place during leap years and it may be solely due to coincidence, they all help to make leap years particularly special.
Another interesting fact about leap year: Women Can Propose to a Man on February 29th!
I believe that this “rule” doesn’t apply much to us today, but since the 19th century, tradition has stated that women have the right to propose to a man on February 29th. In times where gender roles were more concrete than today, this was considered a very unique and bold thing to do. The practice dates all the way back to 1288 where the tradition was first observed in Scotland. In recent years, the tradition has become more playful with the concept of the Sadie Hawkings Dance, where young girls ask boys to accompany them to the event.
When asked how many days in a year, the common answer is 365 days, but in actuality the Earth actually takes more than 365 days to complete a rotation; it takes about 365.2422 days. This translates to every year actually being a year and one quarter days. To account for this problem, every four years an additional day is added to the calendar. In the traditional Gregorian calendar adopted by a the United States and many other areas of the world, this day comes in the form of February 29. Years containing this extra calendar day are known as leap years. Since they only happen once every four years, people have long associate leap years with special traditions and customs. Have a friend or loved one that was born on 2/29? That’s an interesting one indeed!
Well, here at Mission Repair, we are celebrating this long month with a couple of “Deals of the Month”. We have special pricing on the iPad with Retina Glass Replacements that need no coupon…but must be ordered by 2/29/16 to receive this awesome deal. have questions? Give us a call 844-459-0105.
Take care, Ryan
Have you recently dropped and cracked your iPad Mini? Or perhaps, one of your children accidentally dropped their iPad 2, resulting in a cracked screen. No matter how your iPad resulted in a broken screen – Mission:Repair is here to help. We offer same-day service options for local customers who need their device back FAST. For our nationwide customers we offer unbeatable pricing and options when it comes to shipping your device in to our repair center. We have a long relationship with FedEx and are able to offer great rates for our inbound and outbound shipping options. We also offer shipping kits in order to get your device to us as safe as possible.
Once your iPad arrives, we will replace the damaged screen, cracked glass or defective digitizer with a brand new part by one of our certified iPad Technicians. Our premium iPad Screen Repairs come with a 1 year warranty against any defects to the new screen. In addition, by being one of our customers you automatically qualify for our ‘Got Repair’ benefit. This means that if you ever break the glass again after we repaired it once, we will repair it the second time for less! It is our way of saying ‘Thank You’ for using Mission:Repair.
So give us a call today, and we’ll do our best to get your iPad back to you good as new. 866-638-8402.
Have a great evening,