Escape Outdoors stocks its shelves with an extensive wardrobe of apparel and gear designed to withstand the world’s harsh outdoor environment. With popular name brands such as The North Face, Patagonia, Helly Hanson, and others to choose from, customers will find themselves face-to-face with an ominously large list of options, not unlike the time they witnessed a troop of yetis materialize out of the mountain mist after hours of wandering over treacherous bunny hills. Guard your feet from the ground’s mood swings with a pair of men’s Reef AWOL sandals ($30), whose grippy outsole ensures optimal traction while freerunning to work. A women's Under Armour Proxima hoody shirt ($45) keeps female athletes cool, dry, and fresh-smelling with HeatGear moisture control and UV protection. Enwrap a gentleman’s noggin within the acrylic embrace of a Nixon Smoky beanie ($25), or keep your body’s precious heat from escaping through your navel by wearing a women’s ColdGear UA Base 2.0 crew shirt from Under Armour ($49.99), which comes in black, cornflower, or pink.
Clean Green Revolution gussies up cruddy duds with an ecologically sound hydrocarbon-based solvent and performs complimentary local pickups and deliveries of garments by means of a low-emission CNG van. After picking up soiled clothing from clients’ front doors, Clean Green’s crew can liberate tarnished attire from the dregs of yesteryear with wash-and-fold services before crafting vestments into a crisp quadrilateral ($1.75/lb.) perfect for flinging at siblings. Attire experts can clarify the surface of formal and casual garb, guiding blouses ($5.50–$8.50), dresses ($8.50+), and blazers ($8.50) through a shrink-proof cleaning process. Hoodies ($5.50), starched jeans ($6.50), and sweaters ($9.50) recoup the luster lost during holiday cage fights, and Clean Green’s garment gurus can also harness their skill to tend to bedding ($7.50–$45). In addition to its odor-free cleansings and biodegradable garment bags, Clean Green also abstains from cleaning with PERC, a hazardous air contaminant, in its bid to foster the green spirit of Mother Nature in perpetuity.
Little David's Sub Shop recreates the homey, nostalgic feel of a Brooklyn or Philly delicatessen with handmade subs inspired by classic American street fare. Reuben sandwiches come loaded with sauerkraut and hot pastrami, and cold subs feature dry Italian salami, ham, and provolone. Regional options include specialty eats such as the Chicago combo with Italian beef and giardiniera, and the Philly sub with roast beef and peppers. A '50s-style theme sends visitors back in time, with vintage record sleeves and magazines covering the walls, and a soundtrack of early rock 'n' roll, doo-wop, and civil defense sirens piped over the speakers.
A branch of the umbrella company HomeTask, Yellow Van Handyman assists in the company mission of carrying out necessary maintenance, repairs, and improvements on customers' homes. Company founder Jerrod Sessler, dubbed a Veteran Small Business Champion at the 2010 Washington State Small Business Awards, designed Yellow Van Handyman to be endlessly adaptable to modern households’ ever-changing needs. Yellow Van Handyman's dedicated franchisers provide customers with a complete spectrum of home and office repair services, fixing leaky faucets, patching drywall, and replacing windows damaged by ultrarealistic 3-D sports broadcasts.