Certified, experienced technicians rejuvenate rides with a multipoint inspection, and then ensure many more miles of effortless pothole avoiding with a quick, effective oil change. Finally, an exterior cleansing gives crusty cars a thorough outer overhaul. Windows are scrubbed until they perform as mirrors, and mirrors are polished until the objects in them appear cleaner than they may be.
Boasting an array of state-of-the-art equipment, Neighbors Car Wash transforms mud-caked autos into pristine driving machines. The premium gold wash brings a twinkle to your steel steed's grille-smile with a tire shine, rim cleaner, and triple foam that removes even the most persistent dirt-drawn portraits of Elvis, along with a five-day sustainability guarantee that safeguards against the vengeance of extremely patient birds. For more prolonged pristinity, the monthly pass gives off-roading racers and gearhead germaphobes a way to sterilize their vehicles' fiberglass skin every day.
Getting your car washed shouldn't be an all-day task. Ultimate Carwash presents a full lineup of express and full-service washes available seven days a week. Four-tiered express washes run rides through the wash tunnel for quick doses of underbody wash followed by a touch-free dry. The staff takes a more hands-on approach during full-service washes, polishing tires and rims, cleaning windows, and vacuuming and wiping down interiors to erase fingerprints left by elves on a joy ride. As customers wait for their vehicles to emerge, they can visit the adjacent convenience store to purchase snacks, coffee, or soda, and enjoy them at a table so as not to sully their refreshed car interiors.
The Hilton Head Seafood Festival entertains guests' tongues with cuisine from 12 island restaurants, including the Black Marlin, The Crazy Crab, and L'Woods, and non-taste senses with live entertainment. Deviled crabs ($5), mini shrimp po' boys ($3), and blackened grouper fingers ($5) pair well with truffle-parmesan fries ($2) or gelato ($5), and barbecue shrimp dances onto plates to the rhythm of live music ($5).
The coaching staff at D1?which is co-owned by professional athletes such as NFL player Peyton Manning, MLB player Chipper Jones, and NFL player Philip Rivers?refuses to discriminate between professional athletes and everyday exercisers. They scale the strength-and-cardio workouts of their group boot-camp classes and one-on-one intensive courses to individual abilities, bringing out the best in each student regardless of his or her workout history.
The typical D1 gym houses modern indoor turf fields with adjoining weight rooms, giving instructors the space to invent expansive obstacle courses that may require students to lift tires or tug 747s. In the boot-camp program, coaches meet with students one-on-one to discuss progress and find ways to improve. Each facility also houses a sports-therapy clinic, where expert therapists ease muscle injuries through rehabilitation programs and strength-restoring exercises.