KC Live + Mission Repair = TV’s newest hit!

Hello everyone.

It’s been a few days since we last talked. It’s already Wednesday and I feel a little behind. Let’s catch up together!

Yesterday was an amazing sight here at the Mission Repair base as we received and shipped a record number of devices into our service lab. If you’ve been following our blog for any length of time, you might remember that we instituted a new division at Mission Repair recently and fired up a new production line that is working well. The best part is that when the line is fully staffed we can run 510 repairs/day with extreme efficiency. It’s very nice!

I am under strict orders to not reveal any more of the stage and setup of the show than this logo. I promise it’s going to be very cool.

Additionally, I spent the morning with NBC Action News here in Kansas City going over our agenda and plans for the 7 part series featuring Mission Repair and our capabilities. In fact the first show premiers next Wednesday at 10am and I’ll be interviewed by the host LIVE on stage while one of our top technicians performs an iPhone repair on camera. It’s going to be a fun show.

I’ll post the show here on the blog once we’re done and I think that it’ll be a fun time to see me in action. We’ll see what I’m made of 😉

The fact is that I really like public speaking and typically I can hold my “stuff” together. In front of a camera? Hmm, we’ll see.

OK I’m back at it. I still have a slew of emails to reply to and if you’re in my inbox, I promise that I’ll be right there.

Best, Ryan

Mr. Arter, you’re on!

Hello folks, you’re going to get more of Mission Repair on television.

We’ve been invited by NBC (Kansas City channel 41) to present our business in a new production they are launching called “Kansas City Live”.

Mission Repair is on the very first show and has been invited to participate in a 6-part series over the next couple of months.

So we are to arrive at the studio a 9:30am on July 25, 2012 and we go live on the air between 10:00 and 11:00am. During the show, I’ll introduce myself, my business and I’m bringing one of my technicians to demonstrate that we really can fix and iPhone and I’ll have him replace the glass panel within 3 minutes – LIVE! The pressure is on!

NBC is so excited about our business that they are allowing us a multiple-part series and each showing I’ll talk about a different subject. I’ve never been on LIVE TV before so give me a break if I look nervous 😉

OK, I’ll be talking about this a lot over the next couple of weeks. . .it’s because I’m so excited…and a little antsy. I’ll keep you posted, and if you miss the show- not to worry. I’ll post the recording right here in the Mission Repair Blog!

Take care, Ryan