Wine connoisseurs keep the shelves of WineStyles stocked with more than 300 vintages, many of which are rare or exclusive to WineStyles. Culled from large and small vineyards around the globe, the bottles are all labeled with their unique flavor profile so visitors can ready their taste buds accordingly. Amid the cellar's Old-World ambiance, connoisseurs pair visitors with wines to suit their tastes and help them customize gift baskets.
For the WineStyles Wine Club, the chief taster selects two vintages each month. When members arrive to pick up their bottles, they also receive the taster's notes, which describe the wine's region of origin and what the wine would sound like if it were a saxophone solo.
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.
In 1966, Jack Miller founded a nursery. Originally, it was dedicated to landscaping work, but it slowly evolved beyond stocking a few shrubs in tin cans. Now, several shade houses occupy the land, and a bustling collection of northern-grown trees, shrubs, and perennials sprawls over 8 acres in the nursery. The landscaping services, which range from building garden walls and patios to installing walkways, include installation by specialists and instructions on self-installation.
According to the photographers at Jones Image Design, a successful photo shoot captures not only an image but a unique essence as well. That's why they prefer to hold detailed, in-person consultations at their studio before each session. After designing a wholly customized experience, they may snap candid shots of laughing infants sitting side by side, a family walking near a placid lakeshore, or a high-school senior posing in both casual wear and glamorous attire. They even guarantee that anyone who isn't charmed by the resulting images will receive a refund or new pictures.
In addition to their commercial, family, and senior portraits, Jones Image Design hosts photography classes. These lessons tutor beginners on the basics of working with an SLR camera, from snapping still frames of a model to shouting the specific types of cheese that elicit a bigger grin.
The staff at Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt strives to bridge the gap between rich, creamy desserts and icy varieties of frozen yogurt with their self-serve offerings. Healthy treats come in more than 60 inventive yogurt flavors, ranging from classic tart and grapefruit to snickerdoodle and white-chocolate raspberry. After guests fill their cups with as many flavors of yogurt as they please, they can load up desserts with fresh fruits, cereals, and Oreo cookies from the expansive self-serve toppings bar or the emergency Oreo pouch attached to their belt.
Since 1932, Lumbermen's family of businesses have aimed to fulfill their motto of bringing quality to life—expertly cutting stone for projects including the face of The Village of Ponderosa, PF Changs, Scheels, Fleming's, and a tiny fireplace for Barbie’s upscale dream house. Their most recent store, Fireplace and Stone Center, specializes in hardscaping materials as well as stone veneers for home and commercial façades. The center’s vast display area also boasts an array of outdoor-living merchandise, such as outdoor fireplaces, kitchens, and stylish patio furniture.