The Bug's End sends licensed, insured, and experienced technicians to deal with bothersome pests and wildlife. Techs tend to issues stemming from bacteria-dragging insects such as roaches, spiders, ants, and earwigs. They also dispatch mice and rats, working to block off rodent entrances and other gaps, and combat nuisance wildlife such as armadillos, raccoons, and bats.
With more than 13,000 divers certified under their tutelage since 1975, Scuba Ventures' instructors, dive-control specialists, and dive masters guide pupils through the three steps toward scuba certification. Students first learn diving and safety fundamentals during classroom training and practice sessions in Scuba Ventures' heated indoor pool. Then teachers whisk them away on two-day open-water training trips to locales such as the Caribbean or Lake Ouachita where, upon successful completion, they earn an open-water certification card and a free back scratch from a puffer fish.
Instructors also teach an array of training courses ranging from spearfishing sessions to lessons in underwater photography. Scuba Ventures also sponsors dive trips throughout the year, which guests can stock up for by renting or purchasing brand-name gear from the shop.
Medina constantly imports new apparel and accessories from its favored clothing lines, outfitting shoppers with current trends as well as timelessly attractive garments. It Jeans flatter different body types with a range of tailored cuts, and Hard Tail athletic wear permits fluid movement with flexible fabrics.