Backed by relationships with repair centers throughout the United States and Canada, Mio-Tech has a team of technicians who understand how to expertly and efficiently repair electronic devices. Not only can they replace screens and other parts, but their repairs include a thorough scrap process that ensures responsible disposal and reuse of parts when possible. The technicians rehabilitate phones and tablets from top brands, including Apple, Samsung, and Bob's Thingamabobs Unlimited.
Although TalkisCheap’s tech-savvy repair-persons specialize in reanimating and refurbishing smartphones, the crew can tackle a wide array of services and repairs for electronic devices of all stripes. The phone aficionados also unlock iPhones, replace broken screens, or guide clients through the store's staggering stock of phone chargers and protective cases. Guests with waterlogged phones can trot into the shop for repairs or pick up a waterproof skin to keep phones safe from accidental spills or gangs of mugging mermaids.
iRepair Hut?s tech gurus gladly repair ailing phones, computers, and devices. They can replace the screens of Apple devices, tablets, and other smartphones and assess and remove computer viruses and hardware. They also offer phone accessories and color conversions.
Birthdays, weddings, and other occasions become unforgettable events with the party-planning staff at JDC Entertainment. DJs and motivational dancers excite crowds and keep energy levels high. JDC Entertainment also rents out add-ons such as photo booths and LED dance floors, which instantly vaporize any party-crashing ghosts.
For the better part of three decades, the technicians at Fountain Cleaners have been wrapping up freshly cleaned suits, blouses, and trousers for customers throughout the area. In addition to dry-cleaning and removing stains faster than a domesticated fire hose, the staff members also perform alterations for a variety of garments.
Aloha Mind Math's certified teachers strive for one goal: to free students from the tyranny of calculators. They?re aided in their fight by the center's Abacus Learning of Higher Arithmetic (ALOHA) curriculum, a program designed by a panel of mathematics experts to mitigate students? mind-melting reliance on machine-based calculation. Teachers lead students through weekly after-school classes that increase mental processing abilities through fun, interactive lessons, keeping classes small to ensure all students receive ample attention. Though primarily focused on math, teachers also host reading and writing classes that increase literacy, reducing the chance students will accidentally sign contracts to forever trade their chocolate milk for pieces of chalk.