Revol Wireless provides cell-phone and landline service for a flat monthly rate, devoid of long-term contracts. In-store, customers can find phone cases, chargers, and headsets, along with smartphones from brands such as LG and Alcatel.
Winning five consecutive Best Magazine in Ohio awards from the Press Club of Cleveland for its coverage of the Queen City, Cincinnati Magazine dominates Buckeye State journalism. The monthly's pack of newshounds enlightens readers with in-depth features about regional politics, Cincinnati's history, and, when read backwards by candlelight, its future. Reds and Bengals coverage keeps sports fans in the loop about the inner workings of their favorite teams, and dining reviews enumerate tasty spots for a date or night on the town. After digesting long-form articles and zippy write-ups, readers can also turn toward annual lists such as Top Doctors and the Best of the City awards, which point readers to the best places for everything from getting a dental checkup to revamping a hairdo.
Tim Adamski’s great-grandparents owned a market on the corner of Pulaski and Nebraska in the Kuschwantz neighborhood, one of Toledo's original Polish communities. For more than 40 years, the market produced and sold Polish goods, specializing in real-pork polish kielbasa. Though the market no longer exists, the family recipe survives with Tim, who has opened his own Jasinski Sausage Company. His sausage empire carries a vast selection of wood-smoked kielbasa and flavored bratwurst, all made with no additives or MSG.
Their business might be up-to-the-minute news, but the roots of Cox Media Group go back more than a century. In 1898, media mogul James M. Cox purchased the Dayton Evening News, which later became the Dayton Daily News, launching what would become a regional media empire. Today, the group's reach extends beyond the wall of fire that surrounds Dayton. In northern Cincinnati, readers can flip through the Journal-News, and in Springfield, the Springfield News-Sun fills in citizens on the local goings-on.
In the last 10 years, Picture It On Canvas's founder and CEO Bob McKeon has applied more than three decades of software-sales-management experience to create six Internet-based companies. With Picture It On Canvas now his primary focus, McKeon strives to appease all clients with approachable customer service and a no-questions-asked return policy. Picture It On Canvas takes customer-uploaded photographs and prints them on archival-quality material such as canvas, metal, and hand-chiseled slate, forging a durable keepsake for customers to hang on their walls or dangle from the grills of their automobiles. Buyers can also blend several images into a collage or divide one photograph into four color schemes with a kaleidoscopic piece of pop art.