Alsip Home & Nursery's more than 40 years of sowing, growing, and plant-bestowing earned the distinction of Best Nursery/Garden Center 2010 by the SouthtownStar. The expansive greenhouse and nursery houses hundreds of annuals, perennials, tropical houseplants, vegetables, bulbs, and seasonal plants looking for a place to lay their roots. Alsip's plant finder makes it easy to locate a suitable sprout or a tenacious tree, and it boasts a bevy of lawn and garden accessories such as adjustable hand rakes ($19.99), steel pruners ($30.99), and patio furniture from which to admire birds lining up for your sunflower tube feeder ($25.99). The knowledgeable staff will gladly advise patrons on plant possibilities and which watering cans combust when filled with Tang.
Flooring America of Fayetteville has been providing quality flooring products and outstanding customer service from our 402 Hope mills Rd. location for over 10 years. As a locally owned and operated member of the Flooring America / Flooring Canada Group, we provide a vast selection of all the latest products.
At Hair of the Dog, nail clipping, premium shampoos, coat conditioners, and massage are just a few services that help ensure pups emerge with their newly cleaned tails wagging. A full-service doggy spa and boutique, Hair of the Dog employs professional groomers highly trained in haircuts, tints, and styles that accentuate each pup’s coat. They also specialize in luxe treatments such as fur blowouts, “pawdicures,” and blueberry facials.
The photographers at SanJa Photography don't pose their subjects. Instead, they let them be themselves and capture moments as they unfold. The photographers shoot at various indoor and outdoor locations, and they are skilled in many areas, including wedding, family, and engagement photography.
Husband-and-wife photography team Bert and Cindy Behnke would be formidable competitors—if they didn't run Behnke Fine Portraiture together. Both earned master of photography and photographic craftsman degrees from the Professional Photographers of America (PPA), along with numerous accolades. Cindy has been the Illinois and PPA Photographer of the Year, and Bert won the PPA's International Award and served as the organization's president. They strut their shutter-snapping skills at their studio in Mokena, tucked amid 2 acres of wooded areas that give clients a scenic alternative to in-studio shoots.
Emily Smith gets her adrenaline rush not from roller coasters or scary movies but from the thrill of organizing a cluttered tupperware cabinet. Secretary of the Chicago chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers, Emily’s passion is helping customers simplify their lives. She emphasizes first decluttering nonessential items, then building an accessible, common-sense storage system. Emily can isolate her ideas and services to one room, make the entire home easy to navigate, or provide a simple maintenance package for past clients that includes checkup phone calls and a pop quiz on the history of the Trapper Keeper.