Tech Stop is a full-service computer-network consulting firm specializing in everything from network management and web design to server construction and disaster recovery. Beyond setting up and preserving businesses' technology, the company keeps an eye on the individual with an array of desktop- and laptop-computer repair services. Highly trained consultants can format an operating system, speed up a slow processor, or use spyware-removal techniques and chicken-noodle soup to eradicate viruses from lagging drives.
With more than 450 sales associates and support staff members, London Properties excels in all things real estate, helping its clients buy, sell, and move. The property company also helps people earn their real estate licenses with in-class courses that provide all of the materials and support needed to become a fully licensed Realtor.
Horn Photo has been providing the Fresno area with high-quality photography services since 1937, the year smiling was invented. Each customer can copy or restore old photos with a process that begins with a print or negative scan ($8, $20 for larger than 8” x 10”), and a $1-per-minute restoration rate (15-minute minimum). Prints are available in a variety of sizes, such as 5” x 7” ($5, copies $3), 8” x 10” ($10, copies $6), and 20” x 24” ($49). Film rolls can be developed and burned to a CD ($7.99), while archival prints are available in luster or gloss, as well as metallic finishes for sizes including 3” x 5” ($0.35/$0.85) and 8” x 8” ($2.99/$4.99). CDs and DVDs can be duplicated, providing ample evidence of family-reunion shenanigans that can be used to blackmail Uncle Bob. Additionally, customers can rest easy knowing that their memorable images are in the hands of a staff of experts experienced in restoring wallet-worn photographs and unfocused shots of Bigfoot.
Swirls of sauce and meticulously placed herbs adorn the outer edges of the platters at Sushi Go Round, epitomizing the chefs' creative leanings. Patrons can play it safe with standard rolls that include cucumber, spicy tuna, and california, or venture into new territory with specialty creations such as the spicy Volcano roll, which, just like a real volcano, erupts with tuna and calamari. Bento boxes pair chicken, salmon, or beef teriyaki with sidekicks of soup, salad, tempura, rice, and a soft drink. Also leaving the kitchen in small plumes of heat is bulgogi, or Korean barbecue beef, served beside a california roll and shrimp and veggie tempura.
Combining a longtime interest in baseball with a love for cooking, Doug-Out Cookies founder Doug Low pitches customers a tasty selection of cookies and other sweet treats. “The Roster” features a variety of cookie flavors for clients to delightfully mix, match, and multiply into a double-dozen package that strikes out sweet-tooth sluggers faster than cake-battered curve balls. Cookie connoisseurs can step up to a plate of Super Star Triple Chocolates, peanut butters, oatmeal raisins, or "MVP" Milk Chocolate Chips (with or without the nuts). If that’s not enough to meet the dessert needs of cookie cravers, clients can stock their basement cookie-jar collection with amaretto chips, strawberry shortcakes, jalapeno sugar cookies, or Cambria Health Bars made with whole-wheat flour, flaxseed, oatmeal, walnuts, pecans, and coconut.
Harness the power to make your party guests hit the dance floor with today’s side deal: $250 gets you three hours of professional DJ service from Party “DJ” Party, up to a $750 value. Whether you’re planning your wedding, holiday party, Bar Mitzvah, or National Indian Pudding Day celebration, Party “DJ” Party comes to you and provides the MC along with whatever style of music your ears desire.