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For more than 85 years, the ASE-certified parts specialists at NAPA Auto Parts have recommended and supplied quality parts from their network of stores that has grown from one parts shop to 6,100 locations nationwide. The National Automotive Parts Association organizes its more than 400,000 tools, replacement parts, and accessories in a unique and intuitive inventory-control system that tracks down customer selections quicker than the Dewey Decimal System equipped with a fast-forward button. To skip the shipping, the online inventory system also lets customers reserve their parts for in-store pickup for immediate gratification and diminished wait times. Proud sponsor of Martin Truex Jr.'s #56 car, NAPA Auto Parts meets the automotive needs of drivers both professional and recreational.

803 Bidwell Ave.
Fairbanks,
AK
US

Owner Sheri Olesen stocks her boutique Chartreuse with gently used apparel, jewelry, and accessories and blankets its walls in the creative output of local artists. Guests can cover upper hemispheres and tattoos of swear words with a women's top ($10–$30) or don a crochet hat ($30–$55) to keep noggins toasty. Legs shimmy into designer jeans or aerate calves in a skirt ($45 or less), and an array of belts ($20 or less) can keep wayward slacks from slipping off to rendezvous with capris sweethearts. Shoppers can drape collarbones in lanyards of handmade jewelry ($50 or less for most pieces) or adorn den walls with prints by local canvas-coaters ($25–$125).

729 1st Ave
Fairbanks,
AK
US

Imagine waking up in the comfort of a fully private bedroom walking out into the kitchen to make yourself a pot of coffee or cup of tea and settling down in the living room to read the morning paper or catch the morning news. Or if you prefer start your day with a workout in Sophies new Fitness Center followed by a healthful breakfast at Zachs Restaurant. Situated just a mile from the Fairbanks International Airport within walking distance to shopping and dining Sophie Station is surrounded by lovely gardens in the summer and lit up with spectacular white lights during the winter months. With a solid reputation for providing exceptional guest service Sophie Station is popular among corporate and leisure travelers alike who enjoy and appreciate the hotels inviting upscale atmosphere well appointed guestrooms popular onsite lounge and restaurant and familiar faces at the Front Desk. Sophies spacious well appointed guestrooms are a welcome alternative to smaller standard hotel rooms. And pleasantly enough the rate will surprise you. Whether you are traveling to Fairbanks for work to enjoy the long summer days or to gaze at the Northern Lights on our crisp winter nights you ll be captivated by Sophie Station Hotel. Hotel is entirely non smoking including restaurants and lounge.

1717 University Ave S
Fairbanks,
AK
US

At Play It Again Sports, athletes equip themselves with high-end and lightly used gear, apparel, and accessories including such brands as Nike, Wilson, Ping, and Mizuno. An especially exhaustive roster of hockey gear rounds out Play It Again Sports' collection, which also includes goods and apparel for dozens of other sports, including football, basketball, soccer, tennis, disk golf, swimming, racquetball, and grizzly-tickling. Adidas soccer shins guard appendages ($19.99), and the Go Fit 65 cm stability ball tones users' abs ($24.99). Customers can also feel free to rent a pair of cross-country skis to glide onto snowy terrain ($20) or to thrash a thicket overgrown with weeds.

160 Old Steese Hwy
Fairbanks,
AK
US

Alaska Communications is Alaska's smartest network, providing wireless services via Smartphones, cell phones, and Mobile Broadband devices.

410 Merhar Ave
Fairbanks,
AK
US