AAA ChemDry's origins date back to the early 1970s, when an intrepid man named Robert Harris began to dabble in carpet-cleaning formulas. Decades later, his carbonated solution continues to work its bubbly magic on sullied carpets and upholstery. Known as "The Natural," AAA ChemDry's primary cleaning solution is nontoxic and dries in one–two hours. It also resists further soiling, keeping carpet fibers as clean as a standup routine at a child's birthday party.
Spotlighted by media outlets from CBS to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Man Cave uses a variety of male-oriented products to embrace men in a musky bear hug of masculinity, helping gents feel comfortable in their own non-exfoliated skin. Stock up on primo protein, guy-centric gear, and dude-friendly duds, among other options. A variety of holiday gift packages is also available, ensuring givers the same big-hearted reputation enjoyed by Santa without the hassle of wriggling through a home's plumbing system to deliver the goods.
With more than 25 years of experience in Europe and the United States, former fashion photographer Gregory Gittsovich has spent the last quarter century making his subjects look their best. Things are no different at Accent Photography, where he photographs seniors with their favorite instruments or athletic gear, babies with fun props such as balloons, or pet dogs with the only mailmen they've ever liked. During both in-studio and on-location sessions, Gregory never forces his patrons into uncomfortable positions; rather, he lets them strike their preferred poses and only makes suggestions if necessary. Afterward, he retouches each client's favorite images to ensure that prints or digital images feature smooth complexions and rich color.
Along with his smaller-scale shoots, Gregory and the Accent Photography team cover bar and bat mitzvahs, where they snap unlimited photographs at unlimited locations for families to choose from. He offers similarly extensive coverage at weddings, which he captures with a custom blend of traditional portraiture, photojournalistic technique, and candid images.
At CL!X Portrait Studios, photographers can capture well-posed shots of siblings in matching sweaters or click away at kids in their natural state of play, whether they are giggling in a frilly tutu or banging on a set of pots and pans. The studio’s array of portraiture styles reflects its founders’ goals: Sandy and Michael Pawlyszyn started CL!X after searching fruitlessly for a user-friendly way to document their own kids’ childhoods. Now, their team of photographers snaps youthful smiles in the studio as well as on site in the community, helming shoots at local schools, dance studios, and sports games. Their subjects need not be children, though—they can craft portraits of entire families, moms-to-be, and high-school seniors before they graduate and cycle back to preschool. The crew also takes photographic fun on the road via photo-booth rentals, which let partiers create their own lasting memories at special events.
All About Taste, Inc provides a gourmet catering experience including boxed lunches at affordable prices and a willingness to work with budgets. The brainchild of experienced caterer Jill Michel, the business has served a wide range of clientele all across the Midwest, including Fortune 500 companies, Meals on Wheels, and the University of Minnesota.
For Andy and Rachel Lee of Art and Frame World, their framing projects don't end at two-dimensional objects. Photos surround a folded American flag to depict a beloved family member in his military years. A commemorative Minnesota Twins jersey hangs with sleeves folded to show off its decorative patches. A Stratocaster guitar, signed by Jon Bon Jovi and his band, floats on mounts next to a gold record and a ruby-encrusted 8-track tape. This attention to detail is also apparent in the business's traditional frame jobs, which ensconce photographs in intricate patterns. Conservation items such as acid-free matting and UV-protective glass ensure that prized artwork is kept safe from the elements.