High-tech golf learning center utilizing high speed video and motion sensing technology to analyze all aspects of the golfers swing. This, coupled with, the ability to review lessons via Internet access and compare your swing to over 200 PGA, Champions and LPGA tour professionals.
Vincent Alain Photography immortalizes clients' important life events through adroit camerawork during in-studio and on-location shoots. A professional photographer snaps portraits and headshots, available in an array of prints and retouched digital images.
TigerDirect.com's vast virtual warehouse distributes computer parts, software, and gadgetry around the world, backed by their brick-and-mortar stores around the nation. Home to PC and computing experts, the stores dole out repair and advice in equal sums, answering questions about virus issues such as pop-ups or nasty computer-sneezing fits. Founded on the principles of putting the consumer first, TigerDirect offers same-day shipping and business-to-business sales, and they boast a spyware-tight website security guarantee that will cover customer liability up to $50.
The Bahhari Dance Center brings the joy of Latin dance to the people in weekly classes, monthly parties, and yearly dance festivals. Classes—held at various locations in Orlando in Tampa—range from the sultry eight-counts of Salsa to the liquid grooves of hip-hop and the elegant twirls of ballroom. Students can show off these moves in public at Bahhari Nights, held every third Saturday of the month. In addition to these high-spirited get-togethers, Bahhari has facilitated The Unity Dance Festival for the past four years.
Epik Photography helps clients capture memories with high-resolution snaps taken either in-studio or on-location around Orlando. Each session involves direction and suggestions from the professional photographer, and at the end, subjects can receive both printed and digital images.
Adult Literacy League's adult education programs are geared toward adults 18 or older who read at or below a fifth-grade reading level. Students in the financial-literacy program learn basic economic principles, including how to budget, use a checking account, save money, and begin to accumulate assets such as a home. More than 70 percent of the program's students are struggling with insufficient income due to unemployment, a lack of savings, or poor credit, yet the league never refuses services to participants unable to pay for their books. With the help of a Money Matters workbook, students can begin managing their finances and plan for other financial opportunities under the guidance of a tutor.