Experienced professionals dedicated to customer satisfaction staff each In the Bag location. Use today’s Groupon to have your blankets ($18.95), neglected sweaters ($7.32), and thigh-length jackets ($12.35) cleaned just in time for the onslaught of cooler temperatures. Or if your classiest work clothes were sullied during your previous career as an office-gossip excavator, let the scientific magic of dry cleaning restore their dignity and clean out their ears. The skilled grime busters at In the Bag can easily remove dirt from jumpsuits ($13.95), ties ($5.95), and blazers ($7.32); they can even drain ectoplasm that accumulates after too many ghost-buster interviews. Just drop off your dingy duds at the In the Bag location of your choice, or call to arrange times for free pick-up and delivery. You may also use this Groupon's value toward the VIP package and get 25% off regular prices ($10 for lifetime).
Since 1949, the professionals at Martinizing Dry Cleaning have stayed on top of dry-cleaning technologies to safely and effectively discipline wrinkles and squash stains. The company uses an earth-friendly, odor-free liquid-silicone solvent to ensure that the planet's ends don't fray as a result of your wardrobe's bath. Use today's Groupon to spruce up your favorite snowflake sweaters ($6.50; $5.20 for VIP members) or rid dress slacks ($6.50; $5.20 for VIP members) of unsightly slushflakes just in time for fancy holiday soirees. The value of this Groupon may be used over multiple visits.
The ATA Blackbelt Life Skills Center buffs bodies and bolsters confidence with holistic fighting and defense classes centered on the ancient art of tae kwon do. Over the course of the nine-week program, students will learn Songahm tae kwon do, self-defense, and how to deal with verbally abusive squirrels. Advanced classes teach sparring and proper weapon use, and a leadership program develops the skills needed to manage a group effectively. An experienced, safety-minded, and mostly uninvisible staff of instructors guides fighters through each group class, promoting perseverance and confidence and teaching awareness skills. The included uniform gives force wielders the appropriate garb for their newfound skill set and Jedi-themed tea parties.
Several years ago, fitness fanatics Kalene Smith and Shannon Dykman came to the realization that traditional methods of personal training were lacking. So, in 2011, they took it upon themselves to transform the training approach. The result was GoTimeTraining, an 3,000-square foot studio where Kalene, Shannon, and their team of personal trainers reshape lives with personalized one-on-one lifestyle transformation programs, small group training, and bootcamp classes. But instead of relying on industry gimmicks, such as fad diets or pills that release helium into muscles, the GoTime team emphasizes a healthy, sustainable approach to improving overall lifestyle. It follows through with that mantra by packaging nutritional guidance and lifestyle coaching with every one of its fitness programs.
Everyone possesses the raw materials to be a great romantic partner. It's The Date Master's task to get these materials in working order so that clients can finally strike a love match by using their newfound relationship skills. Spearheaded by an entrepreneur who faced his own dating crises and a clinical psychologist with an in-depth understanding of the human psyche, The Date Master assists clients in any stage of the relationship process, from those who have never dated to couples who want to strengthen a current romance. The Date Master also provides fitness training, image consulting, and dietary counseling.
On any given weekend, photographers Triston and Darla could be making a session of almost anything, whether it's a smiling family, a 90th birthday party, or a famous musician destroying a famous tube amp. This breadth of experience feeds into the pair's portfolio, where striking portraits are shot against urban rivers and the junctions of railroad tracks. Their journalistic style becomes most important on wedding shoots, as the shot-snappers maneuver to capture cake cuts, dances, and the DJ's anguish at having irreparably scratched his Baha Men CD.