The Stereo Shop soups up land- and water-based vehicles with custom solutions that improve the appearance, safety, and entertainment features of cars, boats, motorcycles, RVs, or ATVs. Experts graft name-brand stereos, speakers, or subwoofers into cars’ music-bare skeletons, hand-building custom enclosures if necessary at the shop's complete fabrication facility. Loud and pinpoint-precise security systems keep autos safe, and tinted windows employ five shades of SunTek window films to help to block out UV rays and the prying lenses of paparazzi.
For fleets of work vehicles, The Stereo Shop offers laptop mounts, vehicle-tracking devices, and safety devices to bolster efficiency while vehicles are on the job. Installation experts can also integrate modern Bluetooth or iPod devices regardless of a vehicle's age or strongly held conviction that computers are just a passing fad.
Maaco's automotive artists complete continual training sessions to master the myriad techniques they use to restore damaged cars back to their original settings. Mechanics perform collision, bodywork, and painting jobs for cars old and new to remove dents and dings from a newborn Lexus or grass stains a 12-year-old Ford got while playing soccer. Specialists can recondition vintage vehicles to showroom appearance and take care of practical services, such as refurbishing bumpers, defogging headlights, and preventing rust buildup. The well-organized body shop also houses a pair of computerized estimation terminals to customize orders on site, and two Blowtherm Concept II downdraft paint booths coat cars in even shades matched to any color requests.
River Park Express Car Wash's facility, which is now under new management, can accommodate cars in all states of distress. Wash packages range from express washes to full-service treatments, including interior and exterior cleaning and a fragrance of your choice. Cars that require a bit more attention can get it from detailers who wash and wax vehicles by hand, clean carpets, and shampoo the upholstery.
After Teresa Mathias earned her bachelor of fine arts degree, she pursued a career as a special-education teacher, which led to her becoming a school administrator. Although she enjoyed working in education, she would eventually leave it behind to open The Artist In Me, where she could share her passion for art with the entire community. During Teresa's classes, she gives students of all ages and artistic abilities the canvases, paints, and instruction needed to create ready-to-hang paintings, which may include recreations of famous works by Monet and Van Gogh. Students can also sample complimentary wines and doll up canvases during special wine-tasting art classes for adults, or they can gather their friends for a painting party.