Since 1983, Moore’s Quality Cleaners has lifted stains from garments, reassured customers with a 100 percent guarantee, and made sure its staff is guided by its 8 Points of Perfection. The 8 Points mandate consultations about any spots, wrapping for delicate buttons, and recleaning of garments that do not meet customer expectations. Staffers apply these stringent guidelines not only as they dry-clean, but also as they launder garments or alter apparel with faulty straps or too-long pants legs common among retired stilt walkers. To cut down on travel time, the cleaners can pick up and drop off dry cleaning twice a week at clients’ doors.
Better World Club offers comprehensive street-side support for combustion-powered automobiles and human-driven two-wheelers with its roadside assistance packages. Automobilists can ensure assistance with the basic auto package, which permits up to four service calls annually. Better World resolves a variety of vehicular complications through services such as towing, battery assistance, gasoline delivery, and emergency spoiler BeDazzling. Cyclists benefit from the bicycle roadside assistance package with two service calls annually, eliminating the need for carrying an entire bike's worth of spare parts on each ride. The bike program also enrolls members with the League of American Bicyclists, offering a subscription to American Bicyclist magazine, discounts on biking gear, and e-newsletters.
Shaw Accounting has been in business since 1982. Since that time, our C.P.A. and profesional accountants have saved clients big money, by customizing their financial plans, keeping extremely accurate books, and finding every deduction acceptible by law. If there is a way to save you money, Shaw Accounting will find it!
Audubon Society of Portland's mission was solidified in 1902, when a few like-minded conservationists came together to found the organization. In their own words, this group set out "to use any and all lawful means for the protection of the wild birds and animals for the State of Oregon and elsewhere."
Their first success came quickly, when the Society helped pass the Model Bird Law in 1903, which protected native birds from being shot and sold. Since then, the Society has advocated for countless creatures, from northern spotted owls to wild salmon, the latter of which kind of look like birds if you squint really hard.
Today, the Society stands more than 14,000 strong. The support of these members helps maintain nature sanctuaries with hiking trails, fund educational initiatives, and run a care center. The care center is an especially vital resources, as it rehabilitates approximately 3,000 animals every year and responds to thousands of wildlife-related injuries.
5 Star Cleaners is on a mission. In addition to using recycled plastics for hangers and reusable garment bags, the conscientious cleaners keep the earth and their clients healthy by eliminating any trace of the toxic, but common, chemical perchloroethylene from its solvents. Whether cleaning area rugs, repairing and altering garments, preserving wedding gowns, or performing any other service, the shop keeps toxins from seeping into the area water supply by using biodegradable soaps and hiring vigilante mermen to patrol water reservoirs. Customers can drop off their clothing to be cleaned or opt for pickup and drop-off services.