Entrepreneur Magazine ranks Premier Chem-Dry at the top of its list of carpet-cleaning franchises, an honor the 30-year-old carpet- and upholstery-cleaning business nabbed with the help of its signature cleaner The Natural. More water efficient than steam cleaners or hoping the bathtub overflows all the way into the living room, the formula uses carbonation to lift dirt to the carpet’s surface for easy removal. The solution dries in one to two hours, leaving carpets resistant to resoiling, especially when paired with an optional protectant.
Premier Chem-Dry’s professional technicians can use The Natural to cleanse upholstery as well as carpets; their ministrations can also alleviate water damage caused by floods or the making of ocean dioramas. Alternatively, they can ply stone, tile, and grout with suction and powerful cleaning solutions to remove dirt before coating them in durable sealant. Liability insurance and a satisfaction guarantee backs all their work, lending their services appealing to even the most carpet conscious.
Perry Chiropractic's three chiropractors use a variety of methods to keep patients of all ages healthy. Their holistic view of wellness focuses on lifestyle and nutrition, and they've been known to email clients health tips and fitness advice.
It's easy to see how 8 Weeks to Wellness fits in with Perry Chiropractic's goals. The group fitness and wellness program puts clients on the road to better health with motivating group workouts. In one-hour sessions, participants stretch their muscles and elevate their heart rates while the instructor makes small tweaks to personalize the workout.
A little gray house with a red door serves as a home-away-from-home of sorts for Janelle at Salon Seven. It's here where she spends much of her time, drawing on 24 years of experience to snip and style tresses. When not demonstrating her craft within this homey environment, Janelle is keeping up with trends by attending classes.
Like a nude beach for automobiles, the Georgia National Fairgrounds becomes the place to be for vintage cars with their engines on full display. At the Perry Auto Fest & Swap Meet, visitors stick their heads under popped hoods, admiring the pristine innards and gleaming chrome of hot rods, sedans, and tractors. Elsewhere, they peruse folding a maze of folding tables, each stocked with car parts, apparel, collectible toys, and shifter knobs shaped like famous people's eyeballs.
There’s a station wagon parked in the middle of Big Indian Paintball’s 600′x200′ town field, and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Like the rest of the structures in the field, the car is coated from bumper to bumper with splattered paintballs. These technicolor obstacles are scattered across the civilian-style field, as well as the facility’s 80-acre woodsball area and its two 200′x150′ Xball fields, which have inflatable structures and lights so guests can play at night or when all of Earth’s birds fly in front of the sun at once.
Perry Country Club’s par 71 course sends golfers across 6,465 yards of bermuda-grass fairways sculpted through the towering pines. A vanguard of brand-new 2012 E-Z-Go golf carts slaloms across the emerald landscape, hastening the 18-hole odyssey as passengers take in views of native flowers and seek out treasure troves of divot tools buried in strategically placed sand traps. Rippling waterways dot the relatively flat course, adding to the verdant scenery as they wait to snatch the life force of errant drives or ill-struck approaches. Clubbers can prepare for their pin-hunting walkabout with a stint at the onsite driving range, and club members may cool off weary bodies or hot-tempered 9-irons during a postround dip in the club's outdoor pool.