Raw Way's gluten-free bars, composed of organic nuts, seeds, fruits, and veggies, are never cooked or processed above 115 degrees Fahrenheit, leaving Mother Nature's complex flavors unaltered. Lean Green Crunch is packed with protein-rich spirulina and vitamin B12, apple pie teases the tongue with cinnamon and the digestive system with flaxseed, and banana bread groups banana chunks with helpings of vitamin B6 and vitamin C. The bars are nutrient dense, giving the body plenty of goodies to convert into energy in a process that scientists describe as human photosynthesis.
Master Wireless meets the communication demands of a technology-driven populace with its Bluetooth bundle package, supplying ever-evolving accessories for cell phones from brands including Motorola, LG, and Samsung. The Technocel T10 hands-free headset frees up conversationalists’ hands, allowing them to take a call from work while driving their car or while juggling several cars. Car chargers encourage convenient battery boosts, and sleek leather cases for all types of phones means chatters will no longer have to transport their phones inside a hotel safe. Master Wireless's knowledgeable staff cheerfully help phone holders fulfill their deepest wireless wishes and proffer four different Bluetooth varieties for an additional fee.
Even when it's not the Fourth of July, the sky stays aglow thanks to Motor City Fireworks. At all three locations, Motor City Fireworks sells spectacular pyrotechnics year-round. The shelves at Motor City, which has been family-owned since opening in 1979, sport fireworks from top brands such as Megabanger and Red Apple. The inventory runs the gamut from canister shells and daytime fireworks to aerial repeaters, which every product is 50% Off, which allows patrons to maximize the wow factor of every display.
Max 10 stocks a bevy of discounted brand-name apparel for men, women, and children. Frugal fashionistas can rummage through designer collections from Lee, Apple Bottoms, Levi's, Fubu, and more to find stylish swaddlings for any season. Shoppers can snag wardrobe basics from myriad $10 clothing items, or opt for the higher-end ensemble pieces ranging from $12.99–$19.99 without sacrificing any innocent Bills from their wallets.
In 1985, friends and business partners David Byl and David Broadworth decided to capitalize on Michigan's rabid in-state college rivalry with a store that catered to both Michigan and Michigan State fans. When visitors enter The Great Divide, they find a college apparel store split down the middle, with Spartans memorabilia on one side and Wolverines memorabilia on the other. The ever-changing lineup of jerseys, flags, hats, and knickknacks has earned the shop a loyal following from both schools, with floods of customers coming in for the annual Michigan-MSU football game.