The Boston Globe Ski & Snowboard Expo is the place for mountain-surfers to catch the latest in snowboarding and skiing technology and nab deals of up to 70% off winter sports inventory from East Coast Alpine and Eastern Boarder. Vendors from the world's most gorgeous ski resorts will be there providing lift tickets, vacation packages, and season passes at prices that have been slashed and gouged by ski poles. Browse the seemingly endless lineup of exhibitors, including mountain resorts such as Wyoming's Jackson Hole, winter baselayer clothing from WSI Sports, and lift-ticket buying service Liftopia.com. You'll also have the opportunity to meet skiing legends Glen Plake, gold medalist Hannah Kearney, and two-time gold medalist Seth Wescott.
The Habit owners seek out clothes and accessories from burgeoning fashion designers to help their clientele find unique pieces that fit their personal styles. Colorful dresses, sharp jackets, and denim from top brands such as Jack by BB Dakota, Denimocracy, and Nally & Millie fill the shop's racks, tempting shoppers to try on new outfits and discover a look they might not have known about. The store's mission of advocating emerging fashions doesn't stop with women's fashion; they also carry household accessories and jewelry made by local crafters from melted down state championship trophies.
Family-owned Flood Square Hardware offers a plethora of home-improving products and helpful services to ease minds and shorten lengthy to-do lists. Clear pipes of rent-dodging hairballs with Liquid-Plumr (one quart for $4.99), or grime-fight on the go with a wheeled trash barrel ($19.99). For giving walls fresh attire, Flood Square Hardware stocks Benjamin Moore paints. Handy rentals such as the Rug Doctor carpet cleaner provide ease of mind and peace of plush ($26.99 for 24 hours), scrubbing away dirt, dust, and embarrassingly cheap wine stains. Or opt for simple services such as a double-sided key copy ($2.85) to self-actualize lonely hide-a-keys. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable enough to help you plan out any project and find anything in the store, even if it’s lost hope.
Today's side deal brings a voluptuous end to slipping shoulder straps, pinching wire frames, and general misfittery of a lady's most important top-drawer accessory. For $50, you get one custom-fitted bra from the expert chestologists at Zyrra. Zyrra's stitched-to-order creations normally cost $85 plus the cost of shipping and tax (which is included in your Groupon), giving this deal a total value of $95. Zyrra was recognized by the Boston Globe as one of the best new business in Boston in 2008, and they have successfully been equipping ladies with hidden weapons ever since.