The staff at Cascade Auto Glass fits car frames with a meticulous process perfected during more than 750,000 windshield replacements, all adhering to Auto Glass Safety Council standards. Cascade's choice of top-quality urethane adhesives allows drivers to get back on the road sooner without sacrificing a reliable grip, and OEM-quality glass shares an identical structure, density, and love of parking-permit stickers as cars' factory-installed glass. A nationwide warranty stands behind the quality materials and workmanship of each service, and Cascade deals directly with insurance companies.
Situated within the elegant DoubleTree Hotel, The Orchards Restaurant serves upscale American dishes to world travelers and Charlotte locals alike. Service kicks off in the early hours of the morning, when chefs begin whipping up three-egg omelets, belgian waffles, and country-fried steaks. As the day progresses, the chefs turn their attention to juicy burgers, crispy sandwiches, and fresh seafood specialties.
The fix-it-yourself facility fêtes vehicle owners with a convenient space to gussy up their motored carriages, providing on-site rentals of car lifts and a plethora of roadster-repairing tools. Each lift bay allows up to 8,000 pounds of vehicle weight and is ideal for hiking up your band-touring van. The professional lifts elevate your vehicle 2–8 feet off the ground, making it easier to mend nicks to the undercarriage or engage in a one-ended tickle fight with your buggy's belly. Employ a wide variety of tune-up gadgets, from wrenches and pliers to ratchets, screwdrivers, and mechanics sockets devoid of oil-stained overalls and electrical charges. You can bring up to two friends or enthusiastic do-it-yourself strangers to assist you in your auto-adjustment adventures.
After returning from Vietnam as a decorated veteran, Carl Amos began his battle against posttraumatic stress disorder during a time when doctors knew little about it, let alone how to treat it. Despite this internal struggle, Carl worked a full-time job and detailed cars in his yard to support his family. This side-job soon became a full-fledged business known as Mr. C's Car Care. Carl also let his two sons young sons—Anthony and Christopher—help out with the work to teach them something about responsibility, proper car care, and getting other people to do your work.
Today, Anthony and Christopher revived the old family business under the moniker Mr. C's Auto Salon in memory of their father. During their detailing services, they purge Ferraris, Lexi, and Lamborghinis inside and out by hand. In addition to following in their dad's soapy footsteps, Anthony and Christopher are also veterans and sufferers of PTSD. They strive to support their fellow veterans who suffer from the same malady and hope to start a nonprofit organization dedicated to this purpose in the future.