MobileCom is one of the nation’s largest authorized retailers for the new AT&T. Founded in Wilmington, Delaware in 1994, Mobile Com has grown into 4 regions, over 60 retail locations servicing over 200,000 active clients. Mobile Com has firmly established itself as one of the leading providers of AT&T cellular service.
Mattress World's owners bring 30 years of experience in the mattress industry to their five stores, which stock a wide variety of Serta, Simmons, and Tempur-Pedic sleeping surfaces. Once patrons choose their desired mattress or mattress set, clerks call patrons' attention to the more than 50 styles of headboards, frames, and bedding, which add height and style to plush, pillow-topped mattresses. The store offers delivery and set-up services, dispatching staffers—who first remove old frames and bedding without the use of dangerous black holes—to construct new beds on-site.
For more than 25 years, Party Land has supplied hosts with all the materials necessary to throw any sort of shindig or get-together. Their shelves brim with balloons, streamers, and plasticware as well as specialty machines that make popcorn, cotton candy, and snow cones. Furniture such as tables and chairs provides guests with places to sit, and costumes grant them garb after scheduled food fights. More than just a place to stop and stock up, Party Land assists customers with additional services such as balloon decoration and delivery to party locations.
Faye Bailey was beginning an uphill battle when she told her mother she wanted to open her own salon. Faye had been braiding and pressing hair since she was 14, but her mother worked as a teacher––and all 11 of her other children attended traditional colleges. After a brief stint at the university, though, Faye could no longer ignore the pull of hairstyling.
Thus, Faye moved from Macon, Georgia to Florida and started studying at a beauty school. Before long, her dream became a reality: she opened All Dolled Up Salons and Stores. Now a chain of five salons, including a braidery house, her stylists specialize in natural hairdos such as loc styling, cutting, and short hair wraps. But they also color, perform smoothing treatments, and affix weaves to natural hair.
The Apple-certified technicians at iFixYouri bring broken smart phones and tablets back to life with swift turnaround. Techs can piece together shattered screens on devices including the iPhone 3G ($49), and rescue waterlogged phone books from smart phones by HTC, Droid, and Nexus ($29.99–$39.99). An iPod classic repair ($49.99–$59.99) fixes fledgling batteries, dimming LED screens, and broken click-wheel axels. In addition, the staff aids in the restoration of computers, videogame consoles, and tablets, though prices vary depending on the severity of digital diagnosis.
Just a short walk from campus, both College Book and Supply locations stock their scholarly shelves with a selection of University of Central Florida apparel and merchandise. Prevent upper bodies from going naked into the world with a men's UCF Knights logo T-shirt, which sports the fighting logo splashed across the chest ($12.99), or prevent head heat from escaping with a washed black ball cap emblazoned with the Knights mascot ($12.99). Ladies can get snuggly while professing undying devotion to their school with a black Knights hoodie (starting at $19.95), or flaunt their Russian heritage with a 10-karat gold Kappa Kappa Gamma charm ($21.99). College Book and Supply also houses an array of UCF-themed accessories, including auto decals ($2.99–$9.95), mugs ($1.95–$14.95), and pennants ($12.99). Shoppers can also peruse the bookstore's tailgate section, featuring a UCF collapsible trash can that students can use to stow away used food containers and uncooperative younger siblings ($19.99).