The Halloween Fun Continues!

If you saw my blog post earlier, you are aware that Ryan dressed up today for Halloween. Well, he wasn’t the only one who got into the Halloween spirit. I just went back to ask our technicians a question about an order and nearly jumped in fear after seeing what I think was Derrick. He decided to participate in Halloween at the office as well and in a very creepy way (see photo below). He is by far our most intimidating iPad technician I have ever seen.


Speaking of iPads, did you know we have some of the best prices on the internet when it comes to repair services for these devices? Whether you have a cracked screen on your iPad Mini or if you are in need of a battery repair for your iPad 2 – Mission:Repair has you covered. Our certified technicians will replace the defective or damaged part on your iPad with a brand new one in just 24 hours.

Ya know, now that a think about it – Derrick always dresses up for Halloween. A couple years ago he was a robot and let me tell you, the costume was impressive! Click here to check out the video of it.

Happy Halloween! The Boss Looks A Little Odd Today (+ A Coupon Code)

Happy Halloween! It has been a fun morning and I’m having a hard time getting anything done because I’m very distracted. Ryan walked in this morning with a beautiful mullet wig and I haven’t been able to focus ever since. I’m not used to seeing him with long locks and I just can’t take him seriously. I decided to sneak around snap a few photos to show you what I mean (and to embarrass him a little).

I think he got a little annoyed once he realized I was taking pictures of him all morning but can you blame me? He can’t expect to come in dressed like that and NOT have me take pictures and share them on the internet : )

Let’s keep the fun and celebration going with a coupon! That’s right. Starting now thru Monday 11/3/14 save 15% with coupon code: “MULLET”. Mention this coupon to a customer service representative at one of our walk-in locations or use it at check-out on our website to save 15% on your entire repair order. Keep in mind this coupon code cannot be combined with any other coupon and is ONLY valid on new orders.

How are you celebrating Halloween today? Have any fun costume ideas? We’d love to see them. Share your photos with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and have a safe and Happy Halloween!


iPad 2 Glass Repair Sale Ends at Midnight!

It is October 31st, Happy Halloween! Today is filled with fun festivities, costumes, and candy – however it also means the end of October and the end of our Deal of the Month. During the month of October we have been repairing iPad 2 cracked screens for ONLY $89 (no coupon required)! This is our lowest price yet on this service and if you haven’t taken advantage of this great deal, TODAY is the last day to do so.

Our iPad 2 Screen Repairs come with a one year warranty against any defects on the screen. Also included is our ‘Got Repair Warranty’ where if you get your cracked glass repaired with us and have to come back a second time for the same repair – we will replace your screen again for a fraction of the cost. There is no extra cost for these warranties, they simply come with the purchase of our repair service.


Mission:Repair will replace the screen on your cracked iPad 2 in 24 hours. Need your device back quicker than that? No problem! We offer same-day service options to fit your needs. If you have not taken advantage of our iPad 2 Front Glass Repair Deal of the Month now is the time to do so! Be sure to give us a call, live chat us on our website or email to speak to a Mission:Repair team member.

Happy Friday,


Ok, so it’s getting kinda scary.

I’m not sure if you saw my blog from last week, but we had a rogue wolf spider roaming the halls at the Mission Repair campus. You can check out that story here. All wolf spiders are very skittish and very fast, but not necessarily too aggressive. Creepy, yes. A threat to us, no!

Well that wasn’t an anomaly, I heard a bit of ruckus coming from KCTool Co. last night (who is occupying the building right next to Mission Repair) and they ended up catching one of these guys in a clear container. The owner Kyle brought it over to me and here it is on my desk:

Click on the picture to get a close up-gross-out.

Click on the picture to get a close up-gross-out.

This makes two enormous spiders caught within our office walls in the last few business days. It made me remember an article that I read about the caterpillars changing the way they eat due to global warming. Could this also be a reason that we are seeing some enormous spiders moving indoors? Seeing two spiders probably isn’t enough to make any guesses yet…but I’ve been in this building for almost 7 years and I’ve never had a spider “problem” like this.

I have noticed that there aren’t many crickets in the office, which we tend to get from time to time. I think that these spider have been eating well 😉

Rest assured that this guy was released unharmed and sent back into the wild.

OK, back to work, but as I was typing this I was sure that I felt something crawling in my socks. It’s a mind over matter thing. There is nothing there…there is nothing there…

Take care, Ryan

Spooky Tid-Bit!!


Technological Geniuses!

That is what I like to call myself anyways! This weeks Tech Tid-Bit is going to be a little different than last weeks. I wanted to have a little bit of fun since I am all in the Halloween spirit here at Mission Repair.  I always look forward to this time of year. Getting to see all the new creations people construct for their costumes just blows my mind sometimes! So to keep this weeks blog entry somewhat about Technology and somewhat about Halloween I went searching for some cool costume ideas. I stumbled upon one of the most ingenious ideas yet. Welcome the real life pulsing flesh wound!!



I found out that the man who created this idea was once a NASA employee. I actually downloaded the application that he created off the App Store and I am planning on using one of his awesome real life images! Now back to the technology part. You can simply use your iPhone, Android, or iPad. All you do is cut a whole in your shirt to display the image you want to use. He does offer some pretty cool accessories to go with this App as well. I may just have to check those out! If you plan on using your own accessories there is a chance for costume failure and that iPhone, iPad, or Android device may just slip out and hit the ground. Good thing you won’t have to worry about getting it fixed! Give us a call! We will get you taken care of right away!! Until next week techies! Happy Halloween!!