Rugs International is located on I-85 30 miles from Greenville, SC and 40 miles from Charlotte, NC. Our customer base comes from a 150 mile radius and we sell to shoppers all over the US with our web site at 123erugs.com. We carry over 100 rug brands and guarantee our low prices. Our showroom is 60,000 sqft.
Licensed Doctors of Chiropractic Josh Keels and Jeremy Willis' firm grasp on the human body stems from their wide-ranging backgrounds. Both graduated from Sherman College of Chiropractic; Keels received certifications for personal training and chiropractic extremity practicing, which is the practicing of chiropractic care in extreme conditions such as a polar bear's den, while Willis received certification for non-axial spinal decompression. Both doctors utilize their vast experience at Abner Creek Family and Sports Chiropractic, where they and their staff help patients recover from an array of injuries and conditions. Primary tools include the Gonstead Technique and activator method adjustment technique, but both offices also feature massage therapy, weight-loss programs, and a 24-hour fitness center.
In many ways, Unique Unlimited Weddings is a fresh start for chef Tony Wilkins. He learned how to cook in his grandparents' kitchen as a child and honed his skills while working for the catering company that his mother and aunt ran in the mid-1970s. Although they had to close their business to take care of their families and Tony went on to get a degree in electronics engineering, his love for cooking never faded. After years of feeling out of place in engineering, chef Tony took a cue from the past and reopened his mother's business. Today, he takes on catering projects big and small, assisting hosts by creating rich feasts, custom-designed cakes, and decorative centerpieces.
Breaking away from a pack of speeding racehorses or breaking a bucking bronco may be the first guesses a casual onlooker would consider when pondering the origins of the name Break-Away Farm. But the name actually refers to the farm’s owners—Mark and Mary Lou Greenwall, formerly of Cleveland Park Stables—who, in 2005, decided to break off the beaten path and start their own equestrian business. Members of USEF, UPHA, and ASAC, the husband-and-wife team oversees the day-to-day operation of their 16-acre homestead, which is complete with a climate-controlled indoor facility and an outdoor arena. The well-appointed grounds set the stage for safe horseback-riding lessons for students of all ability levels, comprised of training regimens tailored to each rider.