With 007 Luxury Chauffeur Service, customers can ride in style, as professional drivers pick them up in a Mercedes Benz. The team operates a fleet composed exclusively of Mercedes Benz S-550 sedans, allowing people to ride in leather-upholstered luxury. Use the service to get a lift to the airport, restaurants, or a special events. The fleet can be commissioned for prompt pick-ups and timely drop-offs at any desired address, an essential service when leading a busy lifestyle as a presidential impersonator.
Auto Exotic Rental’s storeroom of high-end vehicles makes dreams of luxury-car ownership possible on the short-term scale. Lamborghinis, Bentleys, and Porsches tickle cruising fantasies with plush amenities and powerful engines, and a selection of spacious Rolls-Royces classes up a Sunday drive. The slew of roadsters also includes Cadillacs, which carry multiple passengers or cardboard-cutout families in style.
At Airpark IAH, cars slide into a covered or uncovered space in the fully secured garage, located a mere half-mile from George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Meanwhile, their owners hop aboard a chauffeured shuttle or VIP town car en route to the terminal. Helpful attendants at the onsite concierge service take down flight reservations and changes, or make reservations at restaurants and golf courses. While customers are away, office personnel keep a close eye on rides. The garage’s Corporate Perks Club eases travel for globetrotters with benefits such as a 15% discount on VIP town-car transfers and discounted parking rates.
Using the fresh lavender grown on their own ranch, Craig and Dana Stewart share the aroma therapeutic benefits of their favorite scent with a line of lavender-infused household products. Each handmade bar of soap, jar of culinary rub, and soy candle boasts a generous helping of lavender oil or the raw herb itself, allowing the calming aroma to permeate homes.
Ben Chen has experienced his share of success in his nearly 30-year photography career—his work has been published in such publications as Cosmopolitan, The Los Angeles Times, and ESPN Magazine, and he has lent his expertise to some of the nation's largest corporations, including Procter & Gamble and The American Red Cross. In 2006, the photographer began to notice that more and more novices were purchasing complex DSLR cameras, and that gave him an idea. Chen decided to share his wealth of knowledge with aspiring photographers by creating the 4-Hour Newbie Photography Boot Camp, which teaches students how to shoot manually with their DSLRs and create artistic, professional-quality photos. Since then, more than 5,000 students in 20 cities throughout the country have benefitted from these classes. In 2013, he acquiesced to student demand and created Part II of the class, which goes beyond photography basics by diving into post-production techniques. Nowadays, students can take both Part I and Part II in the same day, helping them go from student to master in less time than most action-movie montages.