Location. Ramada Airport & Conference Center is located in Moline and near the airport. Niabi Zoo, I Wireless Center, and John Deere Pavilion are local attractions. Additional area points of interest include Black Hawk State Historic Site and John Hauberg Indian Museum.
Hotel Features. This 3 star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. This Moline property has 1672 square meters of event space consisting of conference/meeting rooms. The property has a roundtrip airport shuttle, which is complimentary. A complimentary continental breakfast is served each morning. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include an arcade/game room, self parking, and air conditioning in public areas. Extended parking privileges may be offered to guests after check out (surcharge).
Guestrooms. Air conditioned guestrooms at Ramada Airport & Conference Center feature coffee/tea makers and hair dryers. Bathrooms feature complimentary toiletries. Wireless Internet access is complimentary. In addition to direct dial phones, guestrooms offer free local calls (restrictions may apply). Televisions have cable channels. Also included are irons/ironing boards and clock radios. Housekeeping is available daily.
Carpetland USA drapes floors in high style with a wide selection of tiles, laminates, hardwood, and carpets from popular brands such as Shaw, Mohawk, and Mannington. Carpets can tie together a stuffy walk-in closet (starting at $0.89/sq. ft.), and vinyl acts as a bulletproof vest for kitchens prone to blender explosions and bullet spills (starting at $0.79/sq. ft.). Alternately, homeowners looking to catch feet with hardwood can choose from a range of exotic woods, including acacia and tigerwood (starting at $4.99/sq. Ft.).
Back in 1999, brothers David and Rick Kueber noticed a lag in business at their chain of video-rental shops during the summer months, when no one wanted to be cooped up inside watching movies. The two put their heads together and found a rather unconventional solution to their problem: tanning beds. They installed a new fleet of skin-bronzing machines and sat back as so many clients flocked to their shop that the brothers were forced to open an entire store just to cater to their clients’ tanning demands. This was the birth of Sun Tan City. Today, what started as an experimental side business boasts more than 200 locations across 16 states.
The staff at each location maintains a meticulously clean space, where they show clients to UV beds dubbed fast, faster, fastest, and instant. The beds include features such as facial tanners and self-contained air conditioners. Alternatively, clients can opt for the UV-free, automated VersaSpa system, which swathes physiques in a DHA, plant-based bronzing solution. The liquid reacts naturally with skin’s amino acids, creating an even coat as radiant as the high beams on Helios’s chariot within 46 seconds.
Vehicles from the Quad City area have rolled into Auto Doctor & Repair’s Bettendorf shop since 1969. Hydraulic lifts hoist the cars into the air so ASE-certified technicians can tend to underbody repairs, and mechanics on the ground pop the hood for services ranging from oil changes to complete engine replacements. Drivers can peruse magazines while seated on the waiting room’s cozy tan couch, or they can hop aboard a shuttle or into a loaner car to continue the day’s errands.
Dr. Scranton adjusts spines and works with clients to correct postures and skeletal issues that can cause pain and discomfort. He specializes in the Gonstead technique, which assesses a variety of factors in order to properly treat intervertebral disc lesions while aligning spine and pelvis.