After a successful career in manufacturing, Will Speace was looking for a change of pace. A long-time car buff, he decided to create Columbia Junction Car Wash to test his business acumen and sharpen his service skills. The flourishing business, carried on today by his wife and two sons, treats car owners to a variety of gentle and high-tech services. Soft-cloth or laser-wash technology wipes away road grime, while a la carte detailing services tackle upholstery, bug removal, bug burial, and rims.
Today’s side deal will help you get that large Zwarte Piet-shaped stain out of the carpet and finally allow you to emotionally move on from “the incident.” For $45, you’ll get $90 worth of cleaning services from Jonny On The Spot Professional Services. For 15 years, Jonny On The Spot has spot-cleaned Chicago neighborhoods such as Gold Coast, DePaul, Lincoln Park, Streeterville, Lakeview, Wrigleyville, and the South Loop, as well as surrounding suburbs up to 25 miles outside the city limits (Illinois only, $5 travel charge may apply).
Excessive Detail's car caretakers polish roadsters of all shapes and sizes. When they aren't scouring cars, motorcycles, RVs, and boats, they're repairing windshields, removing dents, and shielding paint jobs with protective films. They also ready vehicle peepers for safer nighttime jaunts by installing HID headlights or purging old lamps of haze for clearer beams, reducing the risk of collisions with families of yield signs trying to cross the street.
Ease into the day with a 6:45 a.m. Vinsyana yoga class with rising-sun salutations on Mondays or empower your prettiest part with a belly-dance class on Thursdays. Hula-hoop dance and urban hip-hop bring rhythm, grace, and choreography into any weekly routine or routine of salvaging dryer lint to stuff a spare mattress. New classes are added to The Spot's schedule about every six weeks, so fast learners can mix and match their five to master the fancy footwork of a wide array of dances (all classes must be redeemed within five weeks of attending the first session.)
Bootcamp’s helicopter tours take passengers on soaring journeys through the Baltimore skyline. Pilot Robert "Bootcamp" Shapiro has logged over 1,700 hours in single and multi-engine sky-cycles and even more hours as a Baltimore native, making him the guide among guides for an elevated expedition through the city. As Bootcamp provides an informative aerial commentary, casual or crackerjack photosmiths can snap photos of prominent landmarks such as Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Francis Scott Key Bridge, as well as blimp-quality views of Camden Yards, Bank Stadium, and lively neighborhoods like Fells Point. Flights depart from Clarksville and take up to three passengers on 20-minute tours.
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