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The Hairs Inn Salon offers more than just hair design, but—with a full service hair studio, color bar, and stylists that perform countless treatments—it’s fitting that hair earned its place on the marquee. Owner and stylist Holly Johnson oversees a talented roster of beauticians as they provide elegant cuts and embellishments, such as coloring and keratin treatments. Additionally, this full-service salon—which services men, women, and children—offers makeup applications, waxing, and beauty services tailored to help clients prepare for special events.

153 Main St
Terryville,
CT
US

The trainers at Elite Strength and Performance create and lead high-intensity workouts for guests of all fitness levels. They use equipment such as tires to be flipped or hit with sledgehammers, TRX Suspension Trainers to leverage gravity and body weight for scalable moves, and gymnastics rings to do isometric holds and build core strength.

135 S Main St.
Thomaston,
CT
US

A gigantic gumball machine. It’s not the first place one expects to see children ricocheting about. But when it’s inflated and part of Jump n Jammin Play Gym’s 13,000-plus-square-foot fun house, it makes a lot more sense. Inside their climate-controlled facility, parents chase after their sock-clad kids as they race from air-filled obstacle courses to inflated trains and circus tents during open-jump hours. After all that exercise, kids lope into the game room to hone hand-eye coordination playing Wii games such as Mario Kart on 47-inch LCD-screen TVs. They can also twist handles at foosball tables, smack a puck during air hockey, and bang drums during games of Rock Band, a video game that fosters rhythm and an appreciation for feathered hair. The kaleidoscopically colored facility can also be a birthday kid’s personal wonderland with party packages, and during the summer, Jump n Jammin’s team adds slip ‘n’ slides and splash pools to parties and organizes summer camps.

815 Pine St
Bristol,
CT
US

Their mission: "Saving lives...Changing Lives...Through Music!" Created by the philanthropic duo of Mark and Wendy Wilson, The REACH Foundation has opened its arms to children in physical, social, and especially financial need since its inception 13 years ago. Their fundraising concert series has featured past performances by Montgomery Gentry, Earth Wind & Fire, Little River Band, Chris Cagle, Chris Janson, Trent Tomlinson, Eddie Money, Huey Lewis and The News, and 70’s Soul Jam featuring The Stylistics & more. The organization has bolstered the resources of a variety of children's causes, including Make-A-Wish Foundation and St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. They have also awarded over 60 four-year college scholarships since fall of 2000.

1027 Farmington Avenue
Bristol,
CT
US

Since its humble beginnings in 1935 as a small health-food store that specialized in yogurt, GNC has evolved into the world's largest specialty retailer of nutritional products. The chain's more than 4,800 retail locations throughout the country stock numerous vitamins and supplements, all of which meet the company's strict standards for truthful labeling, ingredient safety, and product potency. They carry supplements that aid in sports nutrition, protein intake, diet, digestion, and beauty. Equally as dedicated to customers' shopping experiences as it is to product quality, the company created GNC University, an online learning platform, to help staff members bone up on nutrition and fitness knowledge. The knowledgeable sales associates field questions about everything from weight-management plans to stacking supplements for optimum earlobe strength.

123 Judson Ave
Bristol,
CT
US

By answering any and all questions about their erotic wares, the staffers at Amazing Intimate Essentials have helped promote safe and sensual trysts for more than 40 years. Their selection of massage oils, lubricants, and adult toys—which occupies stores spread throughout the Northeast and Texas—contains goods from such established brands as We-Vibe, Jimmyjane, and K-Y. They staff female-friendly merchandise, as well as products that help couples create more sparks in the bedroom than a master metalworker soldering a "do not disturb" sign to the door. The staff stresses openness and acceptance in regards to romantic endeavors, an attitude that also fuels their unwavering support of the LGBT community.

167 Farmington Ave
Bristol,
CT
US