Purchases made at most TNT Fireworks locations benefit partner non-profit organizations, strengthening programs in local communities. The company also has a commitment to both safety and customer satisfaction. Many of TNT's higher-charged products include a Glo-Fuze, which guides revelers safely to the fuse in poorly lit conditions, and a No Dud Guarantee ensures that non-functional fireworks can be refunded with ease.
K-I-N Stables' equestrian lessons teach apprentice trotters to understand and respect horses' individual personalities and learning styles, helping to strengthen the human-horse bond. In four lessons across four consecutive weeks, nascent jockeys will learn basic safety procedures and simple commands for their horses, such as "sit," "stay," and "roll over." Half-hour classes for ages 5–12 ensure that young equestrians aren't overwhelmed and longer classes for ages 12 and up allow instruction to go in-depth, covering such advanced topics as hoof manicures.
The core of Your Eyes Optical is its seasoned team of optometrists. Dr. Linda Anderson Jones and Dr. Robert Soulages boast nearly three decades of experience examining clients' eyes for visual acuity or illness. Optician Brandy Heddles, meanwhile, ensures frames fit properly and lenses are sculpted to the correct shape. She and her staff fit customers for designer frames by brands such as Calvin Klein, Legre, and Ray-Ban, which they fill with standard and progressive lenses in several styles.
UpDog Yoga Centers’ master instructors lead students of all skill levels through yoga, tai chi, and kung fu workouts. The studio’s robust, six-day schedule of classes includes Yoga 101, where instructors acquaint beginners with the foundational postures and secret yogi handshakes that prepare them for more challenging classes. Seasoned yogis gather for hot Vinyasa sessions, where intense heat helps bodies wring out toxins while students flow through a series of strengthening poses. During Yin yoga, students target connective tissues, ligaments, and tendons by holding deep stretches for up to five minutes at a time, or until the tyrannosaurus rex decides the classroom of yogis are nothing but unappetizing trees. Instructors in traditional tai chi classes help center spirits by demonstrating a peaceful practice of flowing movements; students in kung fu work to master precise moves for cardiovascular and self-defense benefits.
H&H Home and Truck Accessory Centers decks out trucks with attractive parts for both maintenance and flair, while luxuriating homes in leisure-inducing add-ons. Brand-name truck products include sun subduing window visors (from $49.99) as well as bed mats for pick-ups (from $79.99). Make a modest auto out of an underdressed Chevy or Ford with a protective tonneau cover (from $299.99). A selection of truck toolboxes from brands like Weather Guard and United Welding Supply grants tool slingers extra space to stuff favorite construction components. Inside the home, games of billiards improve after guests replace fire pokers and bent-wire hangers with name-brand cue sticks and racks (from $19.99).
Andrea Weeks wants everyone to leave their mark on her online boutique's wares. The customizable goods—which include party invitations, home decor, and apparel such as monogrammed robes—allow customers to emblazon initials or an entire name onto their purchases. Certain options (such as tote bags) also feature different patterns and fonts, enabling patrons to mix and match countless colorful styles. With more than 7,500 possible designs, the shop can create unique gifts for loved ones or an inexhaustible supply of X-marked goods for prankster pirates.