Consultants in Freedom Park


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  • Fast Frame Pineville-Matthews
    At FastFrame, highly trained framers enhance artwork, memorabilia, photographs, and other keepsakes with custom-crafted frames. Like a magic 8 ball's opinion on investment portfolios, the prices at FastFrame vary wildly, hinging on size and scope—many projects start at around $100. Accent mementos with a complementary wood or metal frame, or prevent precious fine art from escaping walls and joining traveling art shows. Framers can add mats to ensure a dramatic, polished presentation, and seal the back of frames to guard works from dust and debris. FastFrame safeguards client satisfaction with a 30-day design guarantee, allowing owners to return pieces if they can't play nicely with nearby light fixtures, in addition to a lifetime craftsmanship guarantee.
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    1235 East Boulevard
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Heaven's Touch Massage Therapy Charlotte
    Certified and licensed on both the state and national levels, owner Anthony Dixon found his calling as a massage therapist after personal circumstances drove him to seek out a bodywork practitioner. The success of his own treatments spurred him to pay it forward, which he does at Heaven’s Touch Massage Therapy. Driven by a desire to help clients overcome emotional and physical struggles, Anthony offers Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages. By underlining massage techniques with a belief in their ability to foster health and wellness, Anthony sets out to relieve stress, chronic pain, and shoulder tension from iron-cast epaulets.
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    1200 E Morehead St, Suite 190
    Charlotte, NC US
  • The Perfect Proposals
    Marriage changes a person's life?and it all starts with the proposal. Whether it takes place over an intimate, candle-lit dinner, or goes viral on YouTube with help from a flash mob, the proposal moment can be as memorable as the wedding itself. That can be a lot of pressure for a potential kneeler, so Lauren and Nicole of Perfect Proposals & Planning offer packages brimming with brainstorming help, travel logistics, and other must-haves. They also partner with the husband-and-wife team of Charlotte Photography to provide beautiful photos of that special moment. And, they'll even turn their creativity and organizational skills toward other events, like birthday parties, bachelor and bachelorette getaways, and the wedding itself.
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    281 McDonald Avenue
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Wine & Design Charlotte
    Started in 2011, what began as a mere hobby for Heather Barbour and Sarah Grant has grown into a flourishing franchise in Historic Dilworth. The duo corrals together local artists that lead students of all abilities through hands-on painting classes. Pupils sit side by side at painting stations equipped with easels, vivid pallets of paint, and water to clean off brushes. Finished pieces blanket the walls to both inspire students and hide the studio's multitude of personal safes. Youngsters can join in on the self-expression as well through Art Buzz Kids' programs, which rolls out birthday parties, summer-camp sessions, and Mommy N' Me classes.
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    1419 East Blvd.
    Charlotte, NC US
  • The Perfect Proposals
    Marriage changes a person's life?and it all starts with the proposal. Whether it takes place over an intimate, candle-lit dinner, or goes viral on YouTube with help from a flash mob, the proposal moment can be as memorable as the wedding itself. That can be a lot of pressure for a potential kneeler, so Lauren and Nicole of Perfect Proposals & Planning offer packages brimming with brainstorming help, travel logistics, and other must-haves. They also partner with the husband-and-wife team of Charlotte Photography to provide beautiful photos of that special moment. And, they'll even turn their creativity and organizational skills toward other events, like birthday parties, bachelor and bachelorette getaways, and the wedding itself.
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    822 Seneca Place
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Sign World
    A new zombie horde rises, hungry for the packs of humans that flee in a desperate fight to see another day. This isn't a vision of a postapocalyptic future—it happens every fall at the Zombie Run Challenge, an event in which participants dressed as zombies chase down human competitors in a race for both survival and top prizes. After registering, competitors separate into the two factions, each with separate goals. In the course of up to two hours, zombies attempt to turn humans by capturing the flags attached to their belts. The living, in turn, try to complete challenges at four–five checkpoints, taking momentary refuge or healing at outposts scattered throughout the woods. All the while, a group of volunteer mercenaries armed with foam darts hunts down the undead attackers. Before the race begins, the special-effects gurus at Gregory F/X will provide zombie makeup to participants in exchange for a donation—100% of which goes to charity and won't be used to buy the zombies fresh brains at the local deli.
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    200 Foster Ave
    Charlotte, NC US