Classic Elegance Limousine Service packs its newly refurbished 14-passenger limo party bus with sensory stimulation for the discerning party posse. The sound system administers an auditory wet willy of delight with dual 12-inch subwoofers and six Sony speakers attached to iPod and MP3 hookups. A 32-inch flat-screen TV comes stocked with a library of music videos, a PlayStation 3, and Blue-ray and DVD players. Tinted-black windows protect the eyes from the harsh glare of pedestrian jealousy so that you can completely lose yourself in the 550 colored LED lights, two lasers, whirling disco ball, and four strobe lights. The bus is also equipped with a wet bar that includes stemware and ice bins. Libations are not provided, but there’s no shame in hauling your own store-bought or bathtub-brewed beverages.
Travels In Wine Tours' co-founders, Kimberlee Young and Derek Schuler, share their love of wine, food, and travel with curious tourists through tours designed and led by certified sommeliers. Epicurean scenic tours of boutique wineries, personalized luxury Napa vacations, and custom weekend getaways marry viticultural education with flavorful indulgence as guests take in picturesque panoramas of vineyards that stretch to the horizon before curving upward and forming bridges to the moon.
Rick Fedorovich, City Automotive's owner/operator, spent his childhood admiring fine vehicles and rebuilding classic cars, eventually enrolling in the Automotive Training Center to turn his beloved hobby into a lifelong career. Rick put in 25 years of running repair shops, mastering advanced repair techniques and automotive psychoanalysis before finally setting up shop in Greensboro, where he oversees a team of ASE-certified mechanics. This crew extends the life of vehicles with everything from routine oil changes and tire rotations to more existential engine problems that require sophisticated diagnostics equipment.
"The Works" car wash provides cleansing care for the underbody and sides through two pre-soak passes, a bug wash, laser wash, tri-color conditioner, clear-coat protectant, spot-free rinse, and laser dry. Just roll up to Waterworks, clink in your token, and allow the powerful touchless technology to soak, blast, blow, and dry your vehicle to a shiny state unseen since it drove away from the automotive womb. All Waterworks locations operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, allowing you to revamp your ride whenever it needs it most. For an extra touch of interior invigoration, all locations host coin-operated vacuums, and most locations (excluding Market St.) offer carpet shampoo, fragrances, and jealous drivers within bragging distance.
What began as a window tinting specialty shop in 1982 has now blossomed into Tint World, an auto-detailing outfit that accessorizes rides and continues to darken the window panes of vehicles, buildings, and boats. Tint World's signature tinting treatments serve an array of purposes: they conserve energy in large commercial spaces, increase the durability of residential windows against breakage, and prevent harsh UV rays from distracting drivers, overheating interiors, and leaving dashboard hula dancers with unsightly tan lines. Tint World's team of installers customize rides with audio, video, and security-system installation, and detailers keeps them looking sharp with meticulous detailing packages that expel grime from every automotive nook and cranny.
Noel Z. Wiseman—better known as Zeb—has always had a passion for squeaky-clean cars. So, in 1985, the North Carolina state trooper decided to transform a hobby into a business and opened up his own detailing shop. More than two decades and three name changes later, Zeb’s Attention To Detail continues to clean cars of all sizes, inside and out. Zeb travels directly to homes and offices to hand wash and wax exteriors and vacuum and shampoo interiors. He expertly clears water spots and calls upon pressure washers to blast away stubborn grime. Aside from sprucing up vehicles, Zeb and his crew also wash driveways, siding, and mailmen.