Varsity Cleaners simplifies the process of getting clothes dry-cleaned with a wealth of area drop-off locations and free delivery of newly cleaned threads. Customers can deposit slightly soiled duds at one of 11 locations — including Hy-Vee’s Coralville, First Avenue, and Waterfront stores — each of which send their linen load back to Varsity's mothership on South Gilbert Street. Shirts ($2), coats ($11.10), and dress pants ($4.70) are then delivered back to customers free of stains but bursting with anecdotes about their time in the big house. Varsity's textile technicians also revitalize ruffled comforters, taking billowy blankets into their mechanical embrace and swiping them clean of stains, spare bread crumbs, and sudoku cheat sheets stuffed into their soft folds.
At Body Wrap LA, the details are in the name. That's because the staffers at this body-wrap salon focus purely on its eponymous service, making sure that what they do, they do well. The interior space buzzes with music and the scents of aromatherapy as infrared body wraps swaddle customers for 50-minute sessions. During the treatment, customers lie in cocoons while blissfully awaiting the arrival of new wings. Because a watched wing never boils, flat-screen televisions and free wireless Internet keep minds entertained as bodies transform into svelte versions of their former selves.
Backed by the Verizon Wireless network, Shock City Cellular's service stretches through the nation’s airwaves. To support this expansive service network, each of Shock City’s physical locations operates according to three core principles: provide great customer service, do business ethically, and commit to staff development. With these guiding principles, staff members can help customers customize the retailer's two-year plans to accommodate how often they text, use data, and talk on the phone. Staffers are also always on hand should patron’s need a hardware update, with a selection of accessories and phones from venerable brands such as Samsung, Droid, and Two Tin Cans and a String.
It may sound clichéd, but ask the staff members at The Play Station about their most memorable experience, and they'll probably say a new one happens every day. Specifically, it's the moment when a child walks in, sees the three-level play center, and lets out a gasp of excitement. The 12,000-square-foot facility's tube slides, ball pits, and other recreational equipment blossomed from the owners' relatively simple idea: create a place where our kids can be active whenever it's yucky outside. Today, kids 12 and younger climb, crawl, and slide through the play center or hit the game room to win tickets redeemable for prizes such as toys and an all-inclusive weekend in Moon Vegas.
While kids expend their energy, parents can relax nearby and socialize, watch television, or enjoy a menu of snacks, such as mozzarella sticks, grilled cheese sandwiches, and nachos. The Play Station's crew includes a team that organizes children's parties and books the facility for field trips, fundraisers, and private rentals.
Ready to heft furniture and boxes seven days a week, the uniformed teams from Iowa Moving 1 shuttle out to homes or offices across central Iowa. Once there, they load customer-provided moving trucks with the efficiency of an Olympic Tetris medalist, maximizing the use of space while protecting loads with furniture pads and securing them for transit with tie-downs. Though clients provide and drive their own trucks, the movers tote along their own dolly and a set of tools for disassembling beds or taking mirrors off dressers.