Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button at the top of the page.Step 2. Locate your redemption code, which differs from the Groupon number and can be found in the center of the voucher. The voucher is viewable in the mobile app or by going to My Groupons and clicking the print link.Step 3. Visit the product page and select 'Create Now' to create photo collage.Step 4. Select desired letters, matte color, letter type, and frame color as specified on your Groupon. Click 'Done- Go to check Out.'Step 5. Fill out your information and enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the 'Promo Code' field at checkout.Step 6. Enjoy!
Ricky Skaggs, Cypress Hill, Sasha Allen, Kirk Franklin, and Forrest Tucker are just a few of the famed folks to lay down some soulful tracks at Rome Recording. Since 1967, the studio has given local and national songwriters outlets to bigger audiences with professional recording, mixing, and mastering. They continue the tradition today with a litany of high quality equipment such as $5,000 microphones and pre amps. Musicians can even make use of their complete collection of instruments, including eight-piece maple drum kit, Korg Triton 88 keyboard, guitars, and basses. Committed to their artists, they don't stop there, ensuring comfort in a studio stocked with amenities, including a spacious lounge.
The frosty rink at Americas Ice Garden is always abuzz with wintry activity, hosting skaters ready to carve out figure eight8s during public hours or rehearse for impending competitions at freestyle skates. Athletes just breaking into the sport can attend skating and hockey classes, or commit to two weeks of drama and vocal exercises of saying "triple lutz" 10 times fast at ice-theater camps. The fun but demanding camps culminate in a production staged on the ice for a crowd of spectators. When thespians clear out, the rink is free to once again host parties or broomball matches.
Sunlight streams through 12 stories' worth of glass prisms, exploding into rainbows that dance on the trees, plants, and spouting fountains that fringe the well-chilled oval at its home in the heart of the Plaza of the as. The prisms are suspended in a next-door atrium, home to many shops and cultural attractions near the ice garden, including the Dallas Museum of Art.
At 14,000 square feet, the Bank of America City Center dwarfs the famed ice rink at New York City's Rockefeller Center and provides visitors with plenty of room to skate for hours. All winter long, the rink hosts public sessions as well as Learn to Skate classes for beginners and drop-in refresher classes for adults. Located in Kennedy Plaza, skaters can enjoy a day of gliding against a backdrop of Providence landmarks during open skate sessions, group skating and birthday parties. After graceful spins across the ice, guests can indulge in cocoa, coffee, and delicious eats from downtown Providence's nearby local haunts.
Opened during the 1950s, Skate America has sent multiple generations of Grove City residents and visitors whirring across its spacious skating floor. Today, the facility accompanies trips around the rink with laser-light shows, a 10-foot video screen, and DJs who spin family-favorable jams, such as Top 40 hits and auto-tuned remixes of the alphabet. The snack bar—better known as Pizza Town Café—fills free hands with fresh eats, and in the game room, high scores turn into piles of tickets that can be traded in for prizes or used as makeshift stunt cushions beneath bunk beds. In addition to public sessions, Skate America also plays host to birthday parties and group functions, as well as year-round lessons for amateur wheelers.