With chauffeur services for your clothes, you'll have more time to shop for more clothes, earn money to buy more clothes, or smother a stranger's clothes in furniture polish. Pick-ups and deliveries are scheduled on four days throughout the week with a three- or four-day turnaround. Designate a pick-up plan, and then send your blazer ($4.99), blouse ($3.99), or slacks ($4.49) to the dry-cleaning day spa to relax, refresh, and read gossip magazines. A full pricelist can be found here.
Heather's picture-snapping skills and high-tech photography equipment produce high-quality images of everything from babies to pets. With this deal, you'll get a 60-minute photo session ($40) with Heather and her soul-capturing gadgetry—plenty of time for your family, you and your fiancé, or the graduating high-school senior in your life to strike powerful poses in either a studio or a scenic, tree-laden outdoor setting. This deal includes an 11"x14" print ($45), plus a DVD slide show ($250) of the session set to music, so you can relive every snapshot while also giving your ears something to do. Clients will also get their choice of either 30 holiday cards ($60) printed on photo paper, or a small print package (two 5"x7"s and eight wallets).
The Roots & Boots Tour corrals three country stars—Aaron Tippin, Joe Diffie, and Sammy Kershaw—to perform acoustic versions of more than 40 Top 10 hits. After opening sets by local country duo Whisky Row and LA-area five-piece The Doo-Wah Riders, the headliners will light up the stage faster than a Shakespeare troupe wearing firefly chainmail. With hard-hitting songs such as “You’ve Got to Stand for Something” and a hobby as a competitive bodybuilder, Tippin has earned the nickname “Hillbilly Hercules.” Sammy Kershaw turns to his Louisiana upbringing to pepper singles such as "Cadillac Style” with Cajun-style vocals and to treat audience tongues to dabs of complimentary hot sauce. Grammy winner Joe Diffie will showcase his own repertoire of chart-toppers, including 1994’s “Pickup Man.”
The creators of Graffiti Run use the term “run” very loosely. Less of a race, and more a celebration of the human spirit, the Graffiti Run encourages participants to dash, dance, prance, skip, cartwheel, or walk the course as they douse each other in vibrant hues that span the full spectrum. Each run also donates a portion of proceeds to a local charity, which range from Special Olympics affiliates and scholarship funds to city cleanup and beautification projects.
Quillen Photography's artists excel at capturing newlyweds, graduates, and families amid the sunlit, disparate textures of the outdoors. Their portrait process consists of three appointments. During an initial consultation by phone, in person, or through a series of expressive photographs, photographer and client discuss the shoot's outfits and mood. The photographer then travels to a locale around Clovis for the shoot, and invites the client to the studio to select a final image among the proofs. Digital touchups play down blemishes and lend a monumental majesty to each pose.