The staff at America’s Tint protects automobile interiors from heat and UV rays and provides privacy for drivers and their valuables with window tints by 3M, ASWF, and DarkMatter. The technicians tackle jobs of all sizes, whether it's a single rear window on a sedan or every piece of glass on a truck or SUV. While applying the tinted film, they lay it neatly and snuggly over each window so the tints don’t look like oversized hand-me-downs from a 1970s van. In addition to automotive tinting, they offer commercial and residential tinting, detailing services, and vinyl graphics.
As if VIP Party Network’s stretch limo was not luxurious enough already, the all-white ride’s front doors open upwards like a Lamborghini's. This opulent chariot fits inconspicuously into the rest of the fleet of luxury-brand limos, plus two all-black party buses with interiors that resemble a small nightclub. Aboard these vehicles, drivers transport partiers to and from local hot spots including Mix Downtown and The Park Ultra Lounge. More than just chauffeurs, VIP Party Network secures VIP entrance to the clubs, stocks party buses with complimentary beverages, and offers upgrades such as personal photographers who document the night’s festivities so they can be paper-clipped to job resumés.
Most high school kids have only a glimmer of an idea of what they want to do when they grow up. But for three kids from the suburbs of LA, destiny came calling long before graduation day. The trio first came together back in 2001 when they would work on one another's cars every Friday; far from going unnoticed, their super-shiny cars soon won them a steady stream of other clients, and before they knew it, they had a tidy little business while their friends were stuck delivering pizzas.
Today, at JLH Detail, they work hard to give each and every car they come across a just-purchased shine. Wash and detail services can be scheduled at regular intervals, and the crew will bring its mobile unit straight to the customer's home or workplace, saving them time that could be spent on more important things, like teaching dogs to read.