Joe May Valet began dry-cleaning and laundering fabrics way back in 1936, when the Great Depression forced people to give up their glamorous nudity in favor of clothing. At four locations around Atlanta, trained staffers use their hands and eyes inspect garments, removing stains and driving dirt from the fabric’s furthest nooks and crannies. Customers with spare hangers can drop them off, and the staff will recycle them or donate them to charity.
Shae's Private Healthcare LLC. arranges medical and nonmedical visits from registered nurses, physical therapists, and social workers for dignified and reliable senior care. A professional aide can perform cleaning or routine personal care, set up a healthy meal plan, or run errands such as grocery shopping. Whatever the need, services are customized to ensure each client's wellness and independence are intact.
In the eight years that Jay Broxton has worked in the fitness industry, he's trained people from all walks of life?from young kids to professional athletes and celebrities, including Kansas City starter Tank Tyler and newscaster Pam Oliver. Backed by a personal-training certification and a lifetime of athletic experience, Jay captains his own fitness program?Body That Works?where he joins fellow fitness instructors to lead clients though comprehensive boot-camp or personal-training workouts that combine cardio with strength-training and TRX-training techniques. Committed to battling youth obesity, Jay also conducts a variety of youth athletic training programs designed to prepare students for upcoming athletic seasons or full-contact chess tournaments.
Bounce Wright's inflatable castles, bounce houses, and playgrounds keep kids bouncing with joy during birthday celebrations, block parties, and family reunions. Kids can shoot down the multi-playground unit's inflatable slide or leap into the air to dunk a basketball inside a bounce house while parents outside man a rented concession machine full of fluffy cotton candy or buttery popcorn. Bounce Wright also equips parties with tables and chairs.
Before they can charge fearlessly toward a wall of flames, firefighters must ensure their bodies are up to the challenge. Cue Firefighter Fitness LLC, a boot camp devised by two firemen (and personal trainers) and used by their fellow firefighters. Workouts are inspired by real emergency situations, relying on actual firefighting equipment to sculpt and tone muscles and enabling exercisers to rescue an ocelot stuck in a tree.