Armed with a vast arsenal of impressive amenities, Airlines Parking provides secure temporary housing for automotives in need of a snooze. Turn your ride over to one of the friendly, experienced carsitters, and relax as they steer it toward its three-day resting place. More than 5,000 spaces await vehicles of all stripes, and a blindingly speedy staff teams up with mostly friendly computers to quickly and efficiently organize blocks of intentional traffic. Round-the-clock security and a complex-spanning fence keep cars safe from vengeance-driven deer, and free battery-booster service and tire air cure automobiles suffering from a deflated sense of self. After dropping off your car, enjoy a quick trip to the airport in one of Airlines Parking's motor coach shuttles.
826michigan runs daily tutoring labs at the Liberty Street Robot Supply & Repair in Ann Arbor and at Ypsilanti Middle School, where students can work on their homework assignments and special projects guided by trained volunteers. Last year, 826michigan provided afterschool homework help to 297 students. To help fuel students' mental attentiveness, 826michigan feeds them healthy snacks, revving up learning juices with apples, oranges, granola bars, carrots and hummus, yogurt, and cheese and crackers. It costs 826michigan $10 each day to feed healthy snacks to a tutoring lab of 20 students.
Ann Arbor Aviation Center puts its students through the same training regimen regardless of their long-term goals. This approach ensures that all of its aviation alumni, whether commercial pilots or casual fliers, practice safe flying techniques as they share the air. The outfit's licensed instructors conduct training runs out of Ann Arbor Municipal Airport aboard aircraft by Cessna, Arrow, and Cherokee, guiding students through each step necessary to earn ratings from private pilot to airline transport pilot. Students also perform a good portion of their duties on the ground, both through academic work in ground school and situational practice aboard the Frasca flight simulator.
Captained by experienced and appropriately attired chauffeurs, Satisfaction Limousine's fleet of limos and party buses escorts assemblages on two-hour treks around the city that can include a survey of The Big, Bright Light Show in Rochester. After drivers pick them up at home, brigades of up to 10 friends, family members, or vacationing monster-truck tires can recline in a Chrysler 300's stretch interior, replete with a color-changing, LED-lit ceiling and bar boasting built-in ice chests. Ultimate party buses fling strobe and laser lights against their mirrored fiber-optic ceiling and ceramic-tile flooring, Twilight limo-coaches nestle ice chests into each of their corners, and Land Yachts situate sturdy dancing poles within their Earth-tone interiors. Deemed one of the city's best Christmas light displays in 2010 by CBS Detroit, the Big, Bright Lights Show returns on November 28 to coat downtown Rochester's buildings and stegosauruses disguised as bridges with more than 1.5 million points of light. The light show runs each night through January 1 from 6 p.m. until midnight. Once each two-hour tour winds down, Satisfaction Limousines personnel safely returns each party home.
Great Lakes Wellness Clinics' physicians supervise weight-loss plans to ensure that clients get a plan individually tailored to their body's needs. The physicians recommend a variety of treatments to help clients slim down, including laser-lipo sessions to shrink fat cells, or using the HCG hormone. They also may recommend that clients eat paleo bread, which is free of gluten and grains, or Miracle noodles, which are free of soy, gluten, and wheat.
After buying their first canoe in 1942, Chester and Stella Heavner were hooked. So were their friends. After constantly loaning out their red-canvas Old Town canoe, the pair invested in two more and started charging a nominal rental fee. In 1953, they made it official with a patch of riverfront property, eight canoes, and a trailer.
Today, Heavner Canoe & Kayak Rental is run by Chester and Stella’s eldest son, Alan. He and his staff manage an inventory of more than 200 canoes and kayaks, which they rent at three locations along the Huron River.