In addition to fancifying follicles with custom haircuts and color treatments, Cush Salon & Café fuels food tanks at the onsite café. Skilled stylists trim male and female manes, add length with hair extensions and weaves, and brighten tresses by adding highlights to heads instead of just strapping on headlamps. The café, outfitted with a complete espresso bar, fills hungry stomachs with wrap sandwiches, salads, and house specials such as tomato-and-red-pepper soup.
Culver Automotive's ASE-certified technicians freshen engines with new oil while hunting for signs of excessive wear, making sure cars are healthy before they head back out to wander the asphalt. During each oil change, a new filter and up to 5 quarts of oil bring a fresh perspective to the engine's lubrication system, helping minimize engine wear and keep gas mileage at a maximum. While under the hood, auto whisperers inspect air cleaners, hoses, and belts, reporting any damage or stowaway junkyard parts to the owner. Though repairs are not included in today's Groupon, first-time customers will receive a 10% discount on labor.
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The ASE-certified mechanics that staff FixCarNow's five locations reinvigorate cars with Castrol GTX oils and preempt problems with sweeping diagnostics. During each one-hour premium oil change, techs drain contaminated lubricants and replace them with up to five quarts of clean oil (synthetic available for an additional fee). New filters then assume guard duty in place of their dirty predecessors, intercepting dirt and rumors about recent monster-truck sightings. A 16-point diagnostic inspection takes techs on a tour of car’s vital components, and includes a brake inspection, chassis lube, fluid top off, and wiper-blade check. Service bays happily hoist cars up for fluid transfusions seven days a week, meaning drivers can no longer use busy schedules or observance of Take Your Unicycle to Work Day as an excuse for shirking automotive duties.