4th of July Closings

Independence Day

In recognition of Independence Day, our Mission Repair stores will be closed on Tuesday July 4th.  We will resume normal business hours on Wednesday July 5th.  We hope you all have a great holiday weekend!

Happy Father’s Day Weekend!

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We wish you all a fabulous Father’s Day weekend! Keep Dad up to speed with his gadgets and treat him to a repaired device. Walk on in or visit our website www.missionrepair.com to start your order today.

Apple iPhone 5SE

IPhone 5SE

Hello all –

If you have been following the news releases or the Mission Repair blog, there has been plenty of reviews and opinions about the new 4″ iPhone 5SE. The best news is the LCD screen, should the worst happen, is the same part as the iPhone 5S. Although the cables are slightly different, this should keep repair part costs within reason for this new iPhone! I’ll keep you updated as the parts become available. If you purchased the iPhone 5SE I’d love to hear what you think about it.  Leave a comment below. 

Have a great day!

Jeff

Just for your information in case you were stopping by our Lenexa office!

Hi there!  If you live in the Kansas City area, you probably know that there is a HUGE “GATEWAY” project that is currently under construction near the I35 and I435 interchange.  In fact, there have been an amazing number of improvements in the last few months, and traffic is already flowing correctly in many areas.

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Now it’s time for the crews to move Northbound, and this will effect the roads leading to Mission Repair in Lenexa.

Typically, I’d tell my customers to exit I35 and go West onto 95th Street.  People in the area know this exit well and it’s very commercialized with Costco on the West and Sam’s Club to the East.  We’ve got the Oak Park Mall which seems to be busy year round, and it’s just past Sam’s Club.  I don’t know how people will be getting the East easily, but all of the businesses on the West have a real plan in place!

Starting next Monday, instead of getting off at 95th Street, our customers will Exit one more off ramp North on 87th Street, and turn West.  Then quickly turn right onto Marshall Drive and head South to reach our service lab.  Now this intersection may get a little busy for a while…all of the Costco traffic will also head South and drive right by Mission Repair…so don’t be surprised if you see me out on the road from time-to-time waving customers in.  We will have a significant number of new vehicles passing our location and I am really excited for that!!

Well I thought that I’d share this map and this info so you knew that not only are all of the businesses will remain open during this major upgrade to the Kansas City area, but I have a feeling it’s really going to spike business here at Mission Repair as we will be in front of more customers than ever before.  Thanks for reading!

NOTE:  If you visit our Mission, Kansas location, you’re in the clear!!

Take care, Ryan

Waterfalls in Kansas? Tell your friends about it!

Hi there!  As you may or may not know, Mission Repair has locations in Kansas, and we’re not just the “flatland” that you picture when you relate the the state.  The fact is that most of Kansas is FLAT and boring to drive through if you’re traveling across country on Highway 70, but there is a cool website that talks about some of the features and attractions in each state.  Here in Kansas, they are promoting a “Water Fall Tour” and have it mapped on their website!

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I know for a fact that my California friends think that I live in a wheat and sunflower wasteland here in Kansas…but we Kansans have a few hidden gems up our sleeves.  I was intrigued, and I think that I’ll take the trip via motorcycle here soon.  I thought I’d share!

Have a good morning, Ryan

 

 

Sharing a little love. Coupon code inside!

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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.)

 

Can you spot the difference?

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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