At Art & Dana Maids, fully licensed and insured cleaners scour each room of clients' homes or businesses, tackling the job with the elbow grease needed to make spaces shine with sheer cleanliness. Professional technicians can take out bags of garbage, remove fingerprints from frames and walls, dust windowsills, wipe down baseboards, and place tiny eviction notices on each and every cobweb until spiders pack up and leave town. Each team of custodial artisans hauls along its own equipment for each spring cleaning, move-in prep, and office tidying. To keep homes kid- and pet-safe, the team can use eco-friendly products on request.
From conceptualizing to staffing as well as promoting and decorating, The Expo Pros help clients produce engaging events. More than 25 years of experience in expo production has endowed the staff with a wealth of techniques that ease the complicated process of event hosting, such as drafting a safety plan to combat inclement weather. The team also includes experts who know how to gain the attention of the media; their expos across the United States have been featured on NBC and CBS, as well as in publications such as Entrepreneur Magazine and The Wall Street Journal.
Every year just before ski season opens, the Boston Ski & Snowboard Expo gathers representatives from the sport’s foremost gear manufacturers and destinations under one roof for deep discounts and an unveiling of the latest models. Visitors can slalom from booth to booth, where they’ll be able to check out shiny new skis by Völkl and Salomon, take advantage of season-pass discounts from resorts across the country and the Northeast, or practice their shadow puppetry while wearing gloves by Marker. Meanwhile, interactive exhibits invite audience participation, and live demonstrations aim to wow onlookers.
Now in its 32nd year, the 2013 Expo also includes a massive sale of East Coast Alpine skis and snowboard and a beer garden brimming with beer from Long Trail Brewing Co. Killington Ski Resort looks to regale guests with acrobatic antics during the Flying Aces! Trampoline Show, and WBZ News Radio plans to operate a Kids Snowpark and Learning Center where youngsters can get ready for the winter without standing in front of an open freezer for days on end.
In the midst of rustic woods, there sits a three-story building. Upon opening its front door, visitors unleash a gentle wave of aromatherapy scents and warm air. They step inside, where therapists lead them past wood accents and into private treatment rooms. World of Serenity’s spa atmosphere recalls the calm of the surrounding wilderness, and inside its walls, therapists adopt a holistic approach; they educate guests in wellness basics, such as why humans don’t eat sand, and perform a range of customized spa services. They soften faces, deep-cleanse pores, and slough of dead cells during customized facials; sometimes scouring or soothing the skin with an additional enzyme deep cleanse, warm stones, or anti-aging collagen. They also ease muscle tension with six massage modalities such as deep tissue, warm stone, and reflexology; and scrub clients from head to toe using salt and sugar rubs, and wraps made from natural dead sea mud or Paradisius—a blend of ground fruit and flower extracts.
Every morning, the lotus flower surfaces from the murky water and unfurls its brilliant petals in the sun?s warmth. This image of a lotus flower blooming on the sign outside A Rich Experience Massage & Wellness Spa hints at this process of perpetual renewal. The spa's team attempts to help patrons blossom, drawing out inner beauty in minimalist rooms to help create a calm and peaceful atmosphere.
During skincare treatments, the staff's medical aesthetician analyzes facial features before refreshing them with products from Botanical Science. Muscles purr smoothly under the hands of a licensed massage therapist, who, unlike an Olympic gymnastics coach, uses pressure to relieve tension.
It's fast. It's fun. It's for the kids. Dance Dash 5K participants can walk or run the race, but everyone stops along the way to learn a new way to move. It might be a swing dance, a line dance, a hip-hop dance, or the secret steps of the Hokey Pokey. At the end of the race, the whole group brings their brand-new skills together for a huge, flash-mob dance party. It's all to benefit Children's Specialized Hospital, a Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. As they raise additional fund through their personal fundraising page, participants can unlock incentives at certain levels along the way.