Verizon - Mobile Generation retail centers have expanded as rapidly as an onion in bloom while unloading a spectrum of cellular devices and services from one of America's largest mobile networks. Knowledgeable staffers can help patrons set up tailored service plans or pilot them through the wilderness of home and car chargers. Interactive showrooms chirp as customers test-drive basic cell phones and smartphones, and the store's vast inventory of phone covers offers protection to devices used to call Adrian long distance from the boxing ring.
StrengthTime's calculated approach to training emphasizes measured, low-speed movements on top-of-the-line, immaculately maintained MedX equipment. Under the tutelage of the gym's certified instructors, people forge muscle, improve cardiac health, and melt calories during a personalized workout as potent as homemade schnapps. The gym's trainers, who receive ongoing education, record and adjust the resistance and number of reps in each meeting, allowing them to target specific muscle groups with the optimal level of intensity. This precise, deliberate approach provides a high level of customization and prevents injuries associated with more hazardous workouts, such as bench-pressing a Komodo dragon.
Noodle Bar sates starving stomachs with a menu slathered in Southeast Asian dishes as well as fusion fare derived from Latin, European, and Japanese influences. Warm up for the mouth-stuffing voyage by munching on the fried calamari, with its sichuan-peppercorn crust and spicy capers wasabi aioli dipping sauce ($8), or the cucumber, sweet-cashews, and bell-pepper salad, dressed with crispy shallots and drops of honey ginger ($6). The chef's steamed fish—a palatable unification of codfish, ginger and lemongrass oil, and miso and black bean paste ($10)—paves the way for a liquid accompaniment, such as the mango lassi—a smooth blend of mango, yogurt, and lime ($4.50)—or the asian sunrise—a fruity fusion of lychee, pineapple, banana, and yogurt ($4.50).
Twenty-six years ago, working mother Karen Scott had a light-bulb moment. She envisioned a one-stop children's clothing, toy, and furniture emporium. Karen and her husband set up shop in their garage, connecting new moms and dads to high-quality baby clothes, nursery furniture, and educational toys. They meticulously researched products before creating their own catalogue, and as a result watched their enterprise blossom into a lucrative online business. Today, One Step Ahead employs their own in-house design team responsible for exclusive labels of kidswear such as Cozy Cub winter wear Sun Smarties swimwear and summer gear.
Regular meetings with a Parents' Panel keep One Step Ahead designers in touch with the needs of modern parents. Seeking out their input has led the design team to create products such as a fleece-lined car seat for comfortably toting a baby in cold weather and a hanging closet organizer for managing a child's superhero identities.
Lake Forest Hardware Cards and Gifts was started by Keith and Mary Jane Morgan in 1991. We have everthing you need, in a unique,friendly atmosphere. Our staff is always willing to go the "extra mile" to make sure your shopping experience is enjoyable and stress free. Come meet our experienced staff , get what you need.