From the knowledgeable salesmen who man the new-car showroom to the Honda-trained service technicians who maintain older models, the staff of Joyce Honda lives and breathes Honda. The dealership features both new, factory-fresh rides and Honda-certified used cars, making the shopping process easy for customers of every budget. Those who are already proud Honda parents can cruise up to the drive-in service reception area, where staff members will whisk autos away to one of 40 service bays for tire rotations, oil changes, or repairs with quality Honda parts.
There are pallets on the padded floor stacked with weights. In the middle of the room, a functional rig is adorned with resistance bands, gymnastics rings, and pull-up bars. Lines of kettlebells, rowers, and medicine balls add to the back-to-basics ensemble that Chrono CrossFit employs. Under supervision of certified coaches, participants use that equipment and more during workouts that feature functional movements performed at a high intensity. Exercises are changed up daily, avoiding workout ruts while constantly challenging different muscle groups throughout the body instead of using isolation machines. To give everyone the opportunity to achieve their goals, no matter age or skill level, they also scale each workout to individual needs. For those seeking an extra edge to complement CrossFit routines, they also offer personal coaching, an on-site certified holistic life coach, and small-group training sessions.
Laptops, desktops, home computers, or office networks—Dave’s Computers can handle the job with an extensive list of expert PC-repair services. Backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee, the certified technical-support team can dole out procedures that range from overheating repair and data recovery to network support, web design, and software upgrades.
A boutique style gym that utilizes small group personal training that centers on improving members' well-being through effective and authentic training methods. Designed for all fitness levels and guaranteed to make a serious impact on your fitness, health and happiness.
In 1988, to capitalize on one of the tech world's more cutting-edge advancements, Russ Weldon opened what he called The Car Phone Store. The store has grown into a franchise and now goes by Wireless Zone, still focusing on the current tech trends. Customers can browse a slew of smartphones, tablets, GPS devices, Martian spoons, and gadget accessories from brands such as Samsung and BlackBerry. The strength in numbers from being a franchise doesn't just mean more locations throughout the East Coast to purchase the latest gizmo. It also means more support for the Wireless Zone Foundation, the company's charitable branch that benefits organizations such as the Children's Tumor Foundation, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and United Hospice of Rockland County.
A full wall of cymbals. A huge stock of both new and used guitars and drums, some of them custom-made. And, out of sight, the sounds of instructors teaching students to master two dozen different instruments. In addition to private lessons, Division Street Music Shop's group classes bundle grownups into rock bands, teach ensembles to improvise jazz, and cover genre-specific curricula such as rock and blues guitar. Summer music camps are packed with recording and performance opportunities so that kids don’t get bored and spend the whole three months re-doing last year’s homework.