Founded by Robert Hartline, who began selling phones out of his car in college, Absolute Wireless is currently celebrating its 10th year in business. In addition to handling Sprint and Nextel wireless plans, Absolute carries a wide selection of phones and headsets that fit the wireless needs of time-strapped individuals and businesses. Additionally, accessories such as Bluetooth headsets, memory cards, holsters, skins, and chargers are available to enhance the wireless phone experience. With several convenient, well-stocked locations, Absolute Wireless is a solid choice for one-stop communication-gadget shopping.
At The Book Gallery's two Nashville-area locations, savvy staff members point readers toward fiction, comics, and nonfiction titles available in hardcover and paperback at discounted prices. Thousands of kids' and young-adult fiction selections provide more educational entertainment for moppets than playing video games or rearranging PB&J sandwiches into alphabetical order.
Across Xtreme Paintball's three outdoor fields, colorful salvos paint the sky as opposing gunsmiths duke it out during simulated battles. The warzone field sets the stage for intense scenarios such as capture the flag and team elimination, during which players attempt to mark each opposing paintballer or stick a Kick Me sign to their back. The open-air arenas play host to casual paintball outings, special events, and league play.
Xtreme Paintball's safety-focused experts monitor each 3?10 minute skirmish. The staff also checks over equipment between each game, whether players rent their gear or airdrop it in from home.
The rustle of feet swiftly move over grass as quick successions of pops echo off the sides of gutted vans and cars. Over the splatter of shots fired, orders are yelled out as teams communicate strategy. These sounds are music to the ears of all players that patrol the hallowed grounds of Nashville Paintball. The five fields present visitors with obstacles such as inflatable Xs, large industrial piping, and old cars targeted by paintballs of games past. While Nashville Paintball's fields received an expert's touch when designed, they cater to players of all levels, even offering games arranged specifically for beginners. Keeping the sport even more accessible, they rent paintball markers and gear and don't check for abstract art degrees at the door.