Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 2?4 hours
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Brands Used: Skywalk, Ozone
Recommended Age Group: All ages
Pro Tip: Bring snacks, water, and good footwear
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Paragliding
As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected?
Years of past experience allow us to better anticipate the unexpected.
What is the one feature of your business that you're most proud of?
Our loyal customers.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We do everything we can to make sure everyone has fun.
The nods to music at most thrift stores come in the form of previously owned band T-shirts and old records. But A to Zen Gifts & Thrift isn't most thrift stores. While the shop does carry a rotating assortment of recorded music and a possible surplus of Spinal Tap T-shirts, it treats its customers to something they usually only find at a music venue: live music. Each Friday night, the store transforms into an open-mic hotspot, welcoming local singer-songwriters to a stage flanked by floral couches and vintage Ringling Bros. posters. As the musicians set the soundtrack, shoppers can peruse the racks and shelves for such treasures as plaid overcoats, tie-dyed dresses, yin-yang end tables, and porcelain dolls. The shop also stock custom furniture and myriad books to remind folks of a simpler time when we didn't have book chips installed in our brains.
Inspired by Nevada?s abundance of awe-inspiring beauty and naturally formed concert shells, Dr. Madylon Meiling founded Lake Tahoe SummerFest to match the bounty of nature with some of humankind?s most captivating creative achievements. For nearly the entire month of August, her series fills the grounds of Sierra Nevada College with music, much of it under the able baton of Maestro Joel Revzen. Revzen?s resum? includes stints with the Metropolitan Orchestra and the Prague Symphony, two recordings with the London Symphony Orchestra, and a Grammy-winning release with Arleen Auger.
The profits from every item sold at Second Chance Consignment Boutique go to Pet Network Humane Society, an organization dedicated to saving abandoned pets from euthanasia by connecting them with adoptive families. Visitors can peruse racks of new and gently worn dresses, shoes, purses, and other garments and accessories or shop for kitchenware and furniture.