Throughout its history that spans more than 90 years, RadioShack has established itself as a leading retailer. Across its 5,000 stores in 26 countries, their 27,000 knowledgeable associates connect consumers with personalized solutions in the latest electronics. With a selection of leading national and industry-leading private brands, customers can shop for mobile devices, headphones, speakers, smart toys, DIY supplies, connected home products, power accessories, and home entertainment at any store, or online at www.radioshack.com.
At STARanch Alpacas, a herd of alpacas graze in a grassy meadow by the Caloosahatchee River. Alpacas grow soft, fine fiber that is used to make sweaters. Patrons can pet these soft alpacas on tours through the ranch and spend time alongside the animals in nature.
Ask visitors to point out the prettiest one out of the hundreds of orchids at Eastfork Orchids and you'll get a different answer every time. Some will point to the bright baby vandas dangling from the arches; others will nod toward the rows of cheerful cattleya. The warm, 7,000-square-foot greenhouse abounds with exotic orchids and tropical plants, causing a reporter from Coastal Life to quip that there’s "too many to count."
Seasoned gardener Kimberly Romer and her husband, B.J., care for the rare and fragile flowers, enlisting help from their knowledgeable staff. The team of horticulturalists provides clients with expert advice, instructional classes, and supplies such as pots and fertilizers. They even offer boarding services, dutifully watering and playing fetch with plants while their owners are away.
InkGarden prints custom messages, photos, and artwork on invitations, shirts, mugs, and various printable paraphernalia selected from a gargantuan supply of more than 3,500 designs that can be personalized in any number of ways from minor to major. Announce a new business venture on 4"x6" full-color postcards ($9.99/10) or show the whole holler you were promoted to head moonshine operator with new business cards (250 for $19). Pear Tree travel mugs ($13.99) and Big Date fleece blankets ($39.99) carry the magic of wedding photos into the post-honeymoon world, and competitive cyclists and their mountain-goat cheerleaders can show their pride on a mountain-biking T-shirt ($15.99–$18.99). Many items boast discounts when ordering in bulk, and a user-friendly set of online customization wizards lets customers tweak their designs until they’re sure to tickle all 3 or 300 of the family members or gala-goers who receive them.
The instructors at Shaman's Blessings nurture holistic health and an acute awareness of self in their students during empowering yoga sessions and emotionally centering group classes. Visitors of all experience levels gather for meditative Prana Vinyasa classes in which instructors guide them through poses, linking each posture to the next with breathing exercises to hone concentration and create a calming, thoughtful atmosphere among students. Other group classes vary, but often center on themes including feminine energy, relaxing meditation, and self-reflection. The staff includes therapists with backgrounds in alternative and scientific studies, and an onsite store outfits guests with alternative accouterments, such as crystals, incense, and tarot decks for personally enlightening games of Go Fish.
Al Herrera is no stranger to cycling. Before founding EA Bicycles, he not only established several bike shops in Colombia, but also raced for the Colombian BMX cycling team and trained with the Colombian road bike team. His enthusiasm for the sport is almost palpable, with many of his clients stopping by the shop just for some friendly advice. They also show up to purchase bikes by brands such as Pinarello, Raleigh, and Lynskey, and drop off their current rides for one of three tune-up packages.