With secure storage spaces ranging in size from 5’x5’ to 10’x30’, Storage Towne of America hosts treasured belongings and allows for easy access in its clean and secure facility. Possessions indifferent to the weather can claim territory in non-climate-controlled units ($35–$145/month), and temperature-controlled units ($40–$165/month) tender refuge to such sensitive items as books, electronics, and snowmen bearing a strong likeness to William Taft. Units remain secure with fortress walls and individual security codes, and 24-hour access to the facility eases midnight longings for teddy bears mistakenly resigned to storage. Courtesy carts facilitate easy transport of items between the car and the unit.
True to its name, Dixie Rents and its subsidiary, Party Concepts, rent out all manner of equipment for construction and landscaping projects along with furnishings and play equipment for big fetes. Dixie's arsenal of machinery, including generators, log splitters, and backhoes, teams up with propane-tank refills and airless paint sprayers to tackle home-improvement and construction goals. For party rentals, Party Concepts' expansive inventory suits most any occasion, from wedding décor such as candelabra, skirted tables, and wine fountains to business-conference gear such as podiums and dunk tanks.
CPR Cell Phone Repair’s team of technicians operates an emergency room for electronics – repairing or replacing broken phone components for walk-in customers. The in-house team at each location draws on a vast inventory of parts to quickly fix broken screens, repair water damage, or recycle un-fixable phones while customers wait.
The Heart and Sole 5K Walk/Run seeks to raise community awareness of the perils of heart disease by hosting a 5K run that sends a portion of the proceeds to the American Heart Association. After an 8 a.m. registration, the race commences at 9 a.m., as competitors trot along on 5K treks to the finish line. While all racers receive complimentary T-shirts, special prizes are bestowed on participants who place first, second, third, and sweatiest. In between cheers for their sprinting comrades, nonrunning visitors can obtain on-site health checks administered by health professionals or peruse merchant booths advertising heath and community services. Geared toward youngsters, a mile-long fun course supplies little racers with enthralling, healthy activities such as tugs of war with ropes made of slippery banana peels.