Consultants in Haysville

$49 for Professional Income-Tax Preparation at CM Crawford Accounting and Tax, LLC ($150 Value)

CM Crawford Accounting and Tax, LLC

Delano

Company with 26 years of experience in income-tax preparation e-files federal and state tax returns

$150 $49

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One or Three Life-Coaching Sessions from Jacqueline at Integrative Counseling Center (Up to 61% Off)

Jacqueline at Integrative Counseling Center

West Wichita

Jacqueline, who has 12 years of life-coaching experience, partners with clients who are seeking help with life transitions

$120 $49

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$25 for $55 Toward Income Tax Preparation from Amanda Guthrie at Accounting & Tax Services

Amanda Guthrie at Accounting & Tax Services

Wichita

Accountant reviews and enters documents to help you file and understand your tax return

$55 $25

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Six-Page Website and One Month of Website Hosting from Sock Monkey Marketing (45% Off)

Sock Monkey Marketing

Redeem from Home

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$500 $275

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Four- or Seven-Month Classic Subscription for Receipt-Digitization Services from Shoeboxed (Up to 58% Off)

Shoeboxed

Online Deal

Upload or send receipts to safe, secure servers, where they stay organized and in wholly digital form—saving both time and space

$89.85 $45

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Two or Four Sessions of Personalized Date Coaching at The Date Master (86% Off)

The Date Master

Terradyne Country Club

Professionals help clients hone the skills to develop healthy relationships

$200 $29

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Once the location of an unassuming furniture store, the Warehouse of Terrors now crawls with otherworldly denizens whose only interest in carpentry extends to their victims’ coffins. Over the course of 20–25 grisly minutes, interlopers navigate mazes built from derelict pallets and wend their way through vignettes populated by ghastly mannequins. Zombies, specters, and clowns lie in wait in the dark rooms, between which lie claustrophobic hallways, uneven walkways, and exit signs that point only downward.

1690 W 140th Ave. N
Milton,
KS
US

Symmetry Therapeutic Massage Spa sprang from the dream of two friends and fellow massage therapists who sought to demonstrate that massage could be used to better physical health. They started small, with a one-room office behind a Pilates studio. Soon, however, they found themselves juggling more appointments than they could handle. Just two years later, they moved into a sprawling new sports-partnered studio, creating a new source of relief for athletes whose massages previously consisted of lying in the middle of the turf during a game.

Today, Symmetry's founding pair leads 30 other licensed therapists, each with her own unique background and specialty. These practitioners treat clients with more than a dozen massage modalities, including neuromuscular massage, which relies on static pressure to relieve area-specific pain, and Thai Yoga. Services such as soothing steam therapy and invigorating dry body-brushing augment the offerings.

During the studio's semi-private workshops, including couples' workshops, the therapists teach clients how to perform their massage techniques at home. This allows clients to connect with their partners during couples massages whenever they have some private time at home or a long wait in a grocery-store line together.

520 S Holland St
Wichita,
KS
US

Master photographer Trey Allen boasts a resumé of national awards and the experience of snapping shutters for nearly 30 years. He brings that expertise to portrait sessions that frame subjects with copiously colored and styled studio backgrounds or five acres of gardens, wildflower fields, and stone patios along the Little Arkansas River—though he can also travel to a more personally significant destination, such as the site where a couple shared their first meatball sub. Trey readies subjects for each shoot with extensive online tips for session preparation, and reveals the fruits of each shoot at a proofing session as early as the next day. From there, patrons determine which shots are worthy of graduating to one of Trey's prints or digital-image CDs prepped in-studio by his highly knowledgeable staff within a month after the shoot.

5938 N Legion St
Wichita,
KS
US

The largest newspaper in the state of Kansas, The Wichita Eagle takes a civic-minded approach to journalism, covering stories that affect the local community and world at large. Readers throughout the state turn to the daily and Sunday pages of The Eagle for agribusiness and aviation industry news, local and national political coverage, lifestyle and entertainment tips, and sober, thoughtful opinion pieces. The Wichita Eagle also provides readers with up-to-the-minute news updates and courtroom bloopers through Kansas.com, its network of ever-expanding digital content and live reporting. Tracing its history back to 1872, The Eagle sharpened its news-gathering chops through an impassioned 88-year rivalry with the Beacon, a competing local paper. The competition ended only after The Eagle purchased the Beacon in 1960, thereby consuming its powers.

825 E Douglas Ave
Wichita,
KS
US

A proud member of the Professional Photographers of America, shutterbug Christopher Clark captures memorable images of families and high-school seniors. Families and their pets gladly grin in unison for portraits worthy of any wall, holiday card, or Wanted poster. Clark shows up for sittings at the locale of choice or snaps portraits in the cozy confines of his studio. A pre-portrait phone consultation ensures the photographer's expert staging skills bring out the best side of every two- or- four-legged member of the family. Portraits sized for wallets and frames commemorate shoots' success alongside linen-embossed pictorial depictions mounted on sturdy art board and ready to be framed and hung above the mantel.

1113 W Douglas Ave
Wichita,
KS
US

All Star Adventures and All Star Sports's two facilities are loaded with fun-park distractions for both kids and adults. While All Star Sports focuses on athletic attractions such as wall climbing and batting cages, All Star Adventures models its facility after amusement-park thrills that include helicopter rides, a tilt a whirl, and a classic-style carousel. Both locations house a snack bar and throw open their gates seven days a week, remaining open long past the time when the sun goes to bed and the moon comes out to daydream about Buzz Aldrin.

8333 W 21st St N
Wichita,
KS
US