At MP3 Interface, MECP-certified technicians revamp vehicles of all makes and models with electronic installations and detailing services. Remote-start and security systems from Viper and Avital lodge into dashboards, and seat heaters warm up upholstery easier than trips to a drive-thru microwave. The staff muffles backseat drivers by equipping rides with Kenwood stereos, speakers, subwoofers, and OEM integration for MP3 players. Technicians also care for auto aesthetics, with detailing techs ejecting seats to vacuum hard-to-reach spots and scouring vehicle shells with hand washes, clay bars, and products from Armor All and Rain-X. A comfortable waiting area stocked with complimentary WiFi and DirecTV keeps drivers distracted as they await their vehicle’s makeover.:
Stocking shelves with new and recycled duds since 1971, Ragstock fortifies wardrobes with a storefront brimming with new and recycled men's and women's clothing and accessories. In addition to mainstream garments, stores sling eclectic outfit accouterments such as neon suspenders ($9.99) and thick-rimmed spectacles ($4.99+) that allow shoppers to evoke the air of literature professors without blithely quoting Joyce.
A Minneapolis fixture since the glaciers receded and left early Minnesotans with the desire for a strong, strong drink, the 8,000-square-foot Broadway Avenue Merwin houses more liquid libations than Dionysus's former home, the Alpha Sigma Sigma fraternity house. Globetrot through German, Belgian, Irish, and domestic craft beers; $10 six packs of New Grist gluten-free beer are also available. Merwin adds elegance to candlelit evenings with a wine selection more diverse than the types of mold that grow on an old set of dentures. Harder stuff such as $10 1-liter bottles of Black Velvet whiskey and Clan McGreggor scotch ($14 for 1 liter) warms any chilly evening. With Bombay Sapphire gin ($26.99 for 1 liter), Casa Noble's two-year anejo tequila ($55 for 750 ml), and Grey Goose vodka ($34.99 for 1 liter), Merwin has 10 times the selection of even the swankest bar and usually fewer fistfights, so it’s an excellent alternative to a night on the town, especially since your bed will always drive you home safely.
Smokeless Smoking's three Twin Cities locations help longtime cigarette consumers shed the habit with electronic cigarettes that deliver nicotine without tar or carbon monoxide. Each e-cigarette device runs on a flavored e-liquid that re-creates the smoker's favored brand, with one 30-milliliter bottle delivering the equivalent of 30 packs of real cigarettes. Instead of noxious smoke, e-cigarette users puff away a simple, chemical-free vapor. The company's variety of kits offer a safer way to begin weaning off of nicotine without the carcinogens, smelly clothes, and bothersome camel entourage that come with cigarette smoking. Customers can purchase product warranties of up to one year.
Hoff Diamonds & Gems' cases display treasure troves of sapphire, emerald, and diamond jewelry. The family has been in business since 1938, ensuring expertise in selection, appraisals, and repair. At their convenient mall location, they also adorn clients in rubies and tanzanite, and offer in-house craftsmanship.
Sometimes you love a garment so much you have to set it free. The open armed and stylish folks at Turn Style Consignment Stores know a gently used gem when they see one, and faithfully find a new home for them via 14 stores in the Twin City area and via the 5 stores in the Phoenix Valley. They consign second-hand garments, accessories, and home furnishings from casual sellers and convincing bridge trolls before lining their racks and shelves with the items. Many of their shoes and handbags hail from designer brands such as Gucci and Chanel, and their policy prohibits anything that's not from a designer, better department, or specialty story.