At the Springboro outpost of the Merle Norman franchise, beauty consultants tailor recommendations to every client after a free skin assessment. Through this careful analysis, they can identify both cosmetic and cleansing products to address issues such as acne, aging, and ears that keep sliding down. They can also teach clients how to apply these products with makeover sessions. Beyond aesthetic products, the Springboro location carries accessories from lines such as Vera Bradley.
Balloons Galore & Gifts boasts an array of gift items, gourmet foods, and colorful balloon bouquets fit for commemorating any occasion. The You’re Still the One singing balloon expresses undying love ($14.99), and themed gift baskets such as the Ohio Proud basket ($52.99) or chocolate rose basket ($25.99) serve as a tasty alternative to flowers. Along with a variety of balloon basket options, the 3-foot hot air balloon basket is filled with chocolate chip cookies and truffles, floats for up to three months, and gives bored action figures the chance to experience the sensation of parachuting. Customized gift baskets are available upon request.
With a barrage of consumer-friendly magazine titles catering to all interests, Blue Dolphin Magazines' online store boasts an array of subscriptions ideal for gift-giving or personal enlightenment. The magazine curators line their virtual shelves with more than 1,000 titles in 28 different categories. They vend glossy pages devoted to subjects from the outdoors to scientific breakthroughs to current events, helping each of their titles fit nicely into any reading room, whether it houses couches, barstools, or ornately decorative porcelain chairs. By maintaining direct relationships with the publishers, they are also able to present their customers with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
The Cornhole.com story began in 2004 when a group of craftsmen began designing cornhole boards and bags in their small wood shop in Germantown, Ohio. Since then, the shop has blossomed into one of the nation's leading suppliers of cornhole products, shipping quality boards, bags, and accessories around the globe. The company’s designers fill duck-cloth bags with real corn kernels and the baby teeth of unicorns and cut boards from plywood in accordance with American Cornhole Association regulations. In addition to being used by prominent companies such as GEICO, Vitaminwater, and Livestrong, their sets have been seen in a variety of sports and entertainment media, including on the Rachael Ray Show and ESPN.
At Direct Tools Factory Outlet, power tools, outdoor equipment, and floor-care products flaunt the titles of major manufacturers such as Ryobi, Homelite, and Hoover. Patrons can peruse the emporium's towering displays for discounted, reconditioned items, such as a Ryobi One+ right-angle drill ($55.99). Customers can liberate rugs from the remnants of a balding Chia pet with a Dirt Devil pet hand vac ($39.99), or employ the rotating blades of a reconditioned electric saw ($44.99) to effortlessly cut wood for a tree house. Products at Directory Tools Factory Outlet carry a minimum one-year warranty, and knowledgeable staffers are available to answer questions and guide customers through the inventory like a Sherpa guiding lost travelers through the plotlines of M.A.S.H.
For the team at Mattress Matchers, their work isn’t done until their customers are fast asleep. Each quest to match shoppers with an ideal mattress starts in the showroom, where a range of Serta memory-foam, pillow-top, and foam-core mattresses awaits to cradle the spines of sleepers or disused medical skeletons. The team then packages chosen mattresses and delivers them free of charge to homes within 25 miles of the store, assembling the mattress set upon arrival and hauling away old beds for safe disposal.