At Girl Friday Errand Service, dependable assistants ease customers' burdens and free their schedules by tackling a range of time-consuming chores. Fleet-footed couriers check off chores such as running to the bank, shopping for groceries, dropping off packages, or washing the car. Since all of Girl Friday's runners are local to the Broken Arrow/Tulsa area, they shave precious minutes from their schedule with a detailed knowledge of which streets serve as shortcuts and which veer off into parallel dimensions.
Dusty duds and lived-in bedding flock to Park Plaza Cleaners, where cleaners thoroughly unsully fabrics and provide pickup and delivery services to accommodate busy schedules. Men's and women's two-piece suits ($11 each) emerge free from the stains and condiment splashes left over after intense power-lunch food fights, and polo shirts ($4.50) emerge crisp and spotless. Catering to customers' everyday dry-cleaning needs, soapsmiths remove unfortunate marks from men's shirts ($5.50), women's skirts ($5.50), and children's report cards. Comforters of any size and shape prepare for long winter nights with an exfoliating treatment that leaves them pillowy and fresh. While Park Plaza Cleaners welcomes clients to any of its locations, a complimentary home-delivery system allows the dedicated staff to whisk away soil-laden garments and return them with haste.
If dust and grime attempted to hide, choosing a spot in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, or anywhere within a 20-mile radius would be a poor decision. That’s because the professionals from A Perfect Clean have those areas on lockdown. They utilize years of experience to keep residential and commercial spaces sparkling, and even put together different packages to suit every client’s needs.
At Sign-On, we understand the importance of your business and we’re here to fulfill any needs that may arise for your business. From logo design to printing to building or promotional signage, Sign-on can fulfill any printing or signage need that you may have.
The Petersens bend light to their will and draw emotions from families, children, and graduates to capture memorable portraits. Subjects travel to the Petersens' campus for one- to two-hour portrait sessions held inside their indoor studio or outside in a two-acre garden replete with blossoming flowers, benches, and a pond stocked with tiny Loch Ness monsters. Indoor portraits are captured between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and outdoor shots are taken at the beginning and end of the day, when the light is most compelling. Indoors or out, the photographers manipulate light and shadows to create mood and emotion. The Petersens also understand corneas to be much more than just the windshields of the brain, and focus on subjects' eyes to coax expression and spirit. Throughout the sessions, subjects strike an array of poses sitting on wrought-iron benches, standing in front of neutral backdrops, and engaging in polite conversation with tulips.