At more than 1,200 Mattress Firm locations around the country, shoppers sink into plush mattresses, recline on firm beds, and belly-flop onto pillow tops. Knowledgeable staffers can help customers create an ideal bedtime environment by dispensing advice based on sleep preferences and illuminating the difference between the many kinds of mattresses. And to the delight of their customers, much of Mattress Firm's bedding wears the label of a premium brand, such as Sealy, Serta, Simmons Beautyrest, or Stearns & Foster.
The mission is simple at USA Boutiques: provide customers with stylish, high-quality apparel that's all handcrafted in the United States. American-made duds from brands such as Karen Kane and Texas Jeans cloak men, women, and kids in style while buoying the US job market. In addition to clothing, USA Boutiques also stocks accessories, jewelry, and home goods for kitchens, family rooms, and secret lairs.
The staff members at Rod Works stock displays with unique iron curtain rods and a range of eclectic home-decor items. They feature a variety of decor themes ranging from retro to modern, including items such as decorative dress forms and cast-iron owls.
In-a-Flash?s attendant-supervised photo booths capture one-of-a-kind moments at parties and corporate events, preserving them in physical and electronic form. Each booth features a professional camera and studio-quality lighting as well as various props, costumes, and customizable backgrounds for displaying a business name, message, or itemized grocery list. The company?s in-house development team can customize booths to mesh with their surroundings, even integrating technology to trigger the camera with actions such as hitting a drum or opening the Ark of the Covenant. Partygoers can opt to print their images on 100-year archival metallic paper or have them delivered instantly to mobile devices or Facebook.
The Pottery Studio makes it simple for artists to produce colorfully painted ceramics using a variety of items like stencils, stamps, and sponges. To get started, choose your desired piece from a vast selection of coffee mugs, dinner plates, and government-issued winged saucers, pick a design from a studio-provided book or your own vibrant thoughts, select your favorite colors, and get to crafting. Glazing, firing, and vividly hued paints accompany your new dishware and are a part of every Pottery Studio experience, along with a unique entertainment opportunity fitting for a range of ages, from first graders to bicentennial were-vampires riddled with guilt over their dark history of smashing pottery to pieces.
The Good Dog Food Company was established by two culinary school-grads who came up short trying to find health-food options for their furry friends. They make all items in their Good Dog's Delight gift basket from scratch—the most delicious and unstable element on the periodic table—using ingredients that keep household pets healthy and happy so that they don't talk in their creepy human voices. The company's signature gift basket is chock-full of canine goodies including banana-flavored bark-scotti, a Scooter Sandwich dog cookie, a package of doggie truffles, and a bag of jerky treats in one of three varieties; chicken breast, rabbit and organic carrot, or chicken and organic carrot. Pups can work off the extra calories by playing with the Good Dog Food Frisbee, which features the company's logo in black, red, and white. And tucked on the side is a little treat for pet owners: a ceramic mug emblazoned with the company logo, which can hold your coffee during tense dog interrogations concerning who's a good boy, who's a good boy.