For the team at Superior Cleaning, revamping and cleansing a home requires nothing more than a simple checklist, which details a different set of tasks for each room of the house. The list also allows the team to bring rooms back to a neat state, from scouring appliances and countertops in the kitchen to catching every last dust bunny in the forest of carpet fibers.
At The Bay Water Park, patrons can go surfing in the Midwest. Or at least, simulate the experience. Dubbed The BayRider, the park's surfing simulator allows park visitors to try their hand at surfing or boogie boarding while standing atop a thin sheet of water, instead of a board. There's only one requirement: they must be 48+ inches tall.
There's plenty of classic water park fun to complement the simulator, too. The park boasts three pools, and one, the Leisure Pool, works like a huge, lazy river, complete with rippling waves. That's where swimsuit-clad visitors zoom down two massive, tube-shaped slides. Alternatively, there's a play pool where visitors can swim or play pick-up water basketball, and a family pool: a watery playground complete with a giant dumping bucket.
The freshly redesigned 1,200-square-foot space at Gem Bodii sets students of all levels at ease as they shimmy, spin, and twirl toward leaner bodies and more confident selves under the watchful eye of instructors. Pole-anchored rooms with hardwood floors make a fitting space for bachelorette pole parties or a distracting place to study for bar exams. Small class sizes keep the setting comfortable, allowing students to perfect routines filled with tricks and spins that will please and amaze crowds.
Lash Pole Studio spotlights the intersection of fitness and femininity with a full schedule of saucy, women-only workout classes led by supportive instructors. Zumba sashays in on the tamer end of the spectrum, getting hips shimmying, hearts pumping, and muscles flirting to Latin-inspired beats, and Stretch-N-Stilettos, a signature Lash Pole Studio class, quizzes shoes on proper form while blending flexibility with claw-heeled feistiness.
Although Sallas Auto Repair began as a small, two-bay repair shop, owner and ASE-certified master technician Nick Sallas already had enough experience to fill a multifloor garage. Nick's journey through the automotive industry led him through the service centers of General Motors and Honda and included a 10-year ascension up Goodyear's training programs. He opened Sallas Auto Repair in 1993, fusing his experience with his passion for repairing vehicles and saving customers money. More than 20 years later, he and his wife have expanded the small garage into two AAA-approved facilities stocked with 15 service bays and 15 skilled and certified employees.
The staff at both Sallas Auto Repair locations perform bumper to bumper services, including oil changes, preventative maintenance, and most all repairs. Services and repairs in the authorized Napa Auto Care Centers are backed with 24-month and 24,000-mile warranties. During repairs guests relax in waiting rooms stocked with computer stations and free WiFi or take advantage of complimentary rides home should their car beg to spend the night. Sallas’ commitment to cars is rivaled only by its commitment to the community; the shop has supported numerous organizations ranging from the US military to local athletic programs.
After starting out with a focus on film and videography services, Chuck expanded his business's scope to include still photography due to popular demand. At on-location shoots, the photographer captures expressive portraits, high-school senior photos, or emotional images commemorating engagements and weddings.