In the July 2012 issue of O Magazine, Dr. Toni Bark is pictured wearing a bright purple shirt and black yoga pants, suspended on cobalt silks inside her bedroom. This is how she exercises. Of course, considering that she's an alternatively-minded holistic physician, this offbeat health regimen is no surprise. Dr. Bark also brings an unconventional approach and a prevention-based philosophy to The Center for Disease Prevention and Reversal. Here, she offers medical tests, homeopathic treatments, and nutritional services to help care for her clients and the variety of bodily systems coexisting within them.
Rather than smoke, the electronic cigarettes at 21 Century Smoking release puffs of water vapor, delivering nicotine without the tar, ash, and known carcinogens that come from smoking cigarettes. And according to 21 Century Smoking, regular smokers can save substantial amounts of money by making the switch to their products. The devices are available in four designs and multiple colors, and the potency of each nicotine cartridge can be adjusted to individual preference. Choose from flavors such as tobacco, menthol, vanilla, blueberry, and coffee.
Ever since Propco founder Dennis Prop dove into the business of consumer incentives and rewards in 1979, his company has been connecting everyday people with high-value products and memorable entertainment experiences at discount prices. Through Propco's new Summer Golf Package, clients take advantage of a three-part package that combines golf outings, golf gear, and custom-printed photos. Armed with a $40 greens fee card, golfers tee up at any course that accepts Discover cards and the Propco secret handshake. The card works for up to six months after activation, with opportunities to add value to the card at any time. Golfsmith promotions give buyers up to $10 off purchases of shiny new clubs or golf accessories, while PictureItOnCanvas.com gifts customers with a handsome 8" x 10" x 0.75" photo canvas.
FansEdge bestows sports enthusiasts with a selection of more than 1 million officially licensed NCAA, NFL, NBA, and NFL products to proclaim team loyalty. Cubs fans can brandish a personalized jersey ($99.99), and time-displaced youth can bask in the familiar glow of a Baltimore Colts Johnny Unitas T-shirt, emblazoned with an original logo ($21.99). Bulls fanatics can enshrine their laptops in bold Chicago colors inside a 15-inch laptop sleeve ($39.99) or seat a workplace mouse atop a Bulls graphic mouse pad ($9.99). Not content to outfit people and electronics alone, FansEdge also carries a selection of mantelpiece collectibles, including signed football helmets and the costumes of retired mascots.
At Nuno's Complete Car Care Inc., teams of ASE-certified technicians perform preventative maintenance and full-scale repairs on domestic and imported vehicles of any make or model, often rolling out freshly fixed vehicles within the same day of arrival. The bustling shops pride themselves on their family ownership, with president Bobby Nuno at the helm alongside his brother Ed, who serves as general manager and prince regent of the company. Sophisticated diagnostic equipment ensures that engines, transmissions, shocks, and exhaust systems run smoothly, and a handy online garage keeps customers up to date with any recalls, upcoming service needs, or discounts.
Though typically only a wistful dream of humans and ostriches, spending a day soaring through the air becomes a reality at Trapeze School New York in Chicago (TSNY Chicago). One of six locations across the country, TSNY Chicago educates participants of all levels in the art of flying through group trapeze sessions. The aerial academy also dapples its schedule with lyra, static trapeze, tightwire, trampoline, conditioning, and acrobatics classes, allowing students to have fun and eat unlimited servings of cloud while getting in shape.