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.
Good morning again everyone, I’ve got some great long-awaited news for HTC One S owners -and if you’re living with a cracked screen or otherwise damaged HTC Android phone, it’s time to upgrade your life! We here at Mission Repair are now supporting the HTC One S screen repairs and general diagnosis with ease.
In fact, we are going to be featured and promoted in LA Splash’s mainstream magazine about this service- I’ll post the article when it’s completed and online!
The HTC One S boasts a head-turning design on their thinnest phone yet. With beauty both inside and out, our new 4.3-inch display delivers a rich viewing experience like you’ve never seen before. You’ll love the camera that captures every moment (even in low light) with crisp, vivid, beautiful photos. Plus, with Beats Audio you hear authentic, deep sound with true, finely-tuned details.
Just when you have an issue with your precious new phone, who are you going to call? That’s right “Who you gonna call?” MISSION – REPAIR – BUSTERS! We will fix that busted phone for you fast ;-) Sorry, did I use busted in the correct manner? I’m sure I’ll get some flak from my Librarian wife tonight!
So there you have it- another first from your friends here at Mission Repair and we’re proud to continue to extend our lineup of services because you need them!!
I have some awesome news for all of you HTC ONE X owners! We now have the HTC ONE X Screen assemblies back in stock! Don’t be fooled by the companies selling the glass and or the LCD screen separately. This part comes one way only, and that is fused together. Without this fusion of glass and LCD screen, there is a high chance of getting dust and other debris under the glass causing more than just an eyesore.
For those of you that don’t own or know anything about the HTC ONE X , this is an amazing phone. Here are a few specs to show you just how amazing it is:
Video Capability: 1080p@24fps, stereo sound rec., video stabilization
Chipset: Nvidia Tegra 3
Audio: Beats Audio
As you can see, this phone is a beast and is packed with all of the features that you have come to expect.
Not only do we have it in stock, we have also slashed the price! We have dropped the repair price a massive $60.00 to only $189.00! Add in our Got Repair benefit , you can’t find a better deal out there.
We are ready to take your orders so if you need the HTC One X LCD and Glass Screen Repair service, give us a ring at 866-638-8402 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us help you out today!
Did you read my Veteran’s Day Blog from yesterday? In a nutshell, it was talking about how I was going to deliver our company Deuce and a Half (M35a2) up to Clear Creek Elementary school to help “theme out” their Veteran’s Day assembly that they are performing today. I dropped off the monster this morning and just got this picture in my email inbox:
What a cool thing for those kids to see. Apparently this is the entire 3rd grade out in front of the truck posing for my enjoyment. I will certainly have this picture blown up and hung up in the office, it’s just too cool!
Along with my blog from yesterday, I added a 20% coupon inside for any repair that we offer. It’s still valid and if you’re in need of an iPad repair, iPhone service or Galaxy SIII repair, just give us a shout and use that coupon!!! What is the coupon you ask? You have to read my blog from yesterday! (Hint, there’s a link in this blog to it).
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 -
Hello there my friends, we are successfully servicing the HTC One X Smartphone-
According to theverge.com, over the past couple of weeks there’s been a steadily increasing drama surrounding how multitasking works on the HTC One X. HTC introduced two tweaks to how multitasking works on Android 4.0 with Sense 4.0. The first and most obvious is that rather than the vertical list of tiles, it presents a horizontally-scrolling list of app screens. That visual change is one thing but apparently there has been a behavioral change as well: users in our forums and on xda-developers have complained that it is over-aggressive in closing background apps, resulting in a sub-par experience. The change presumably contributes to the stellar battery life we’ve seen on the One X, but it has been frustrating for power users.
As users reach out to HTC for software answers, remember that Mission Repair is here if you encounter a hardware problem. We are easy to use, exceptionally fast and know what we’re talking about. Additionally we’ve got the parts in stock to make the repair process painless and rewarding for our customers.