Friday, July 23rd, 2010
Hey all — Happy Friday!
I wanted to take this opportunity to talk for a sec about what we’ve been up to and to show off a nice YouTube video review.
As always, there’s a lot going on out here in our little corner of Kansas City.
I was on vacation most of last week (13th-16th) but returned just in time to see a new record broken at iResQ. Believe it or not, we received more product this week than we have so far in all of 2010. That’s quite the statement, considering we historically see a little bit of a volume drop in the dog days of Summer. Not this year! Congrats to us, and thanks to all the great customers who have sent in their products for repair. We are always here for you!
Since that’s settled… on to the next item. We found out that one of our customers made a YouTube video about their experience and wanted to share it with our avid blog readers or the first-time visitor who is considering trying us out.
The customer ordered our Matte MacBook LCD Screen Repair/Replacement and was happy with his service. He also explains that Apple did not manufacture this model of MacBook with a matte screen. He talks a little about his his experience with iResQ, so if you’re on the fence and trying to decide whether to send your precious Apple product in, you can take comfort in his words.
See the video below. Thanks to our customer, uxwbill, for putting this together. Enjoy and have a great weekend!
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