iPod and iPhone Repair Company Gives Back to Schools

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Mission Repair launches the Operation:Education Fundraising Program to benefit public schools. The current economic climate has taken a financial toll on some of the nation's public school systems. Mission Repair has partnered with public schools across the country creating a program called Operation:Education. The program offers a 5 percent donation back to a referring school based on total gross sales of services with Mission Repair.

It dawned on me when I was speaking to my daughter's school principal. They just received huge budget cutbacks for the 2010 school year and the school is actively seeking donations and fundraising opportunities

The current economic climate has taken a financial toll on some of the nation's public school systems. Mission Repair has partnered with public schools across the country creating a program called Operation:Education. The program offers a 5 percent donation back to a referring school based on total gross sales of services with Mission Repair.

"This program allows schools to regain some of their operating cash flow by providing a donation at no additional cost to the consumer," said President of Mission Repair, Ryan Arter.

Mission Repair has an intricate system in place that tracks business generated from each participating school. A school representative must enroll the school in the Operation:Education Program to benefit. In return, Mission Repair will create a custom affiliate page for the participating school. Click here to see an example of a participating school's affiliate page.

Once the school's page is created, the school is free to market the program as they choose. Some schools can add a link to their website to the custom landing page. Other schools allow Mission Repair to run advertisements in their school newspaper and/or yearbook. Schools can also choose to hang posters (provided by Mission Repair at no cost) within the school facility. There are other opportunities to advertise the partnership and Mission Repair is very flexible with these options.

Click here to view Mission Repair's Operation:Education Program specifics.

When the school's link is clicked, the database remembers your visit for up to seven days. If you place an order with Mission Repair, it knows what school you're supporting. This way, the school you choose obtains the credit. Mission Repair will send the school's representative a tax-free check to help expand the needs of the school.

"It dawned on me when I was speaking to my daughter's school principal. They just received huge budget cutbacks for the 2010 school year and the school is actively seeking donations and fundraising opportunities," said Arter. "I asked myself, how can I assist my daughter's school and any other school around the country? It hit me that most students have an iPod or a cell phone and a lot of them need repairs. I just needed a way to reach all of these students and came up with Operation:Education ."

Mission Repair offers of variety of repair solutions including iPod repair, iPhone repair, MacBook repair, and more. Any repair or product purchased from Mission Repair is counted toward the accumulated quarterly donation.

About Mission Repair
Mission Repair provides a full-lineup of services and upgrades for many portable electronics. Some of these services include iPod repairs, iPhone repairs, cell phone repairs, MacBook repairs, MacBook Pro repairs, PowerBook repairs and iBook repairs. They offer many flat-rate services, repair liquid damaged units and offer brand new parts in their repairs.    

Mission Repair also buys used customer units and is currently purchasing all versions of the iPod, iPhone, Macintosh Portables, Gaming Systems, and Cell Phones. Rather than adding to a landfill, you can sell your unwanted items (in most cases) directly on their website, working or not. Mission Repair is a "Green" business that disposes of eWaste correctly.

Mission Repair provides several shipping options (all exclusively via FedEx) on each of their services and parts offered. If you're local to Kansas City, they also accept walk-ins with no appointment necessary during normal business hours.

Mission Repair is currently in the process of developing other repair service lines that will be implemented over the next few months.

Dealers also take advantage of Mission Repair's services by outsourcing their repairs directly to the Mission Repair facility in Kansas City. Contact Mission Repair directly for dealer pricing on depot repairs or parts sales.

Mission Repair is Accredited though the Greater Kansas City Better Business Bureau and is a Proud Member of the Olathe, Kansas Chamber of Commerce. Their technicians are Apple Certified Macintosh Technicians.

Contact:
Ann Metcalf
Mission Repair 19953 West 162nd Street Olathe, Kansas 66062 (866)-638-8402

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