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Recently featured on HGTV's Mission Organization and WSVN-7 News, professional organizer Beth Levin of Closet Queen helps restructure spaces and de-stress her clutter-clogged clients' lives. Closets are purged or rooms redesigned with Closet Queen's proven stuff-scrubbing system, which begins upon Beth's arrival with a ritual junk cleansing and routine exorcism. After dated clothing, unwanted accessories, stuffed bison teeth, excess boxes, and more are removed, Beth will consult with the customer about storing, selling, or donating the overflow and will help homeowners implement solutions to better utilize the newly minted space. Carve out a closet niche for frequently misplaced purses, or find a more convenient spot for space-sucking moist-towelette collections. Throughout the painless process, Beth will provide patrons with tips on how to continue the rubbish removal and maintain their freshly tidied turfs.
5 Island Ave
Miami Beach,
FL
US
Inside four Miami-Dade-area locations, Klinit Cleaners?s staffers spruce up domestic textiles of all sorts. They systematically remove smells and stains from sweaters, suits, and coats during dry cleaning treatments, or wash, dry, and fold other laundry by the pound. In addition to cleaning clothes, staffers also tailor hems, replace buttons, and repair shoes worn down by never-ending games of Red Rover. Customers can pick up their newly rejuvenated garments in-store, or arrange for complimentary delivery.
100 S Biscayne Blvd
Miami,
FL
US
For 42 years, the venerable auto show has rolled out a fleet of vehicles for the perusal of customers while raising more than $250,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida. More than 1,000 of the latest vehicular creations from manufacturers such as Cadillac, Chevy, and Buick lounge throughout the space, beckoning auto enthusiasts with their sleek frames and glove compartments filled with cupcakes. This year's exhibitions include ride-along tours in Jeeps up steep inclines and through rough terrain, as well as Topless In Miami, a beach-themed showcase of convertibles.
1901 Alton Rd
Miami Beach,
FL
US
Through their lineup of Green Tea Plus beverages, nonprofit partnerships, and a steadfast commitment to environmental sustainability, Live Ultimate dedicates itself to improving the quality of life both inside and around us. Ever-mounting scientific research points to green tea as a promising source for natural health rich with antioxidants that help prevent rust from forming in bodies. The company celebrates healthy living by organizing charitable runs at scenic destinations across the country that benefit both participants and nonprofit campaigns, such as Share our Strength’s No Kid Hungry initiative, which aims to connect the more than 16 million children in need with nutritious, healthy food.
1691 Michigan Ave
Miami Beach,
FL
US
Everything seems to glisten at Freshko Gourmet, from the polished stone floors and shiny wood tables to the freshly iced desserts resting inside glass stands. To pair with these sweet treats, Freshko's baristas prepare hot and iced coffee and espresso drinks that give patrons a pleasant jolt, unlike licking a battery. Other offerings include salads, crepes, and sandwiches, which customers can take to go or eat at one of the indoor or outdoor tables.
228 SE 1st St
Miami,
FL
US
College tuition can be expensive, but GradSave lifts some of the financial burden off of parents' shoulders by giving their friends and family the ability to help. On the company's webpage, parents can create a profile for their youngster at any time—as early as the day she's born. Parents then invite loved ones to follow the page, which sends out updates on landmarks in the kid's life such as birthdays, graduations, and the day they hit seven feet tall. At any point along the way, page visitors can make a donation straight to the child's college fund, which GradSave will ferry to a linked 529 account, or store in an FDIC-insured account at Bank of America.
200 SE 1st Street, Suite 601
Miami,
FL
US
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