Staffed by athletes, personal trainers, and veteran fitness enthusiasts, Complete Nutrition thoroughly educates each customer on ideal supplements and nutrition programs for their personal goals. Brawn-builders will find heaps of muscle-magnifying measures such as creatine ($59.99) and protein blends ($39.99 for 2.5 lbs.), and sagacious souls can slow the aging process and find the car keys' sock-drawer hiding place with the Timeless healthy-aging supplement line ($39.99).
IncrediBounce's Valentine's Extravaganza rings in the return of all things rosy with an array of festive, family-friendly activities. Attendees can make and take home seasonal crafts, such as bead art and spin art, or make your own pixy stix. Also, each parent-child pairing leaves with a framed photo of themselves to help prove their whereabouts. Revelers can also sit down for a Valentine’s meal and hit the floor for a Valentine’s dance featuring music by tunester Julian Escamilla.
Outdoor Chef furnishes barbecue gear for backyard cooking, with a variety of goods ranging from grills to spices. A selection of natural-gas and charcoal grills gives fiery open-flame artistes a canvas to work on, and assorted smokers can help relinquish slow-cooked flavors or signal neighbors about rival clans raiding their gardens. Tong-wielding meat slingers can spruce up roasts by taking home myriad sauces and seasonings, including Outdoor Chef's own brand of spices, which makes poultry pop and burgers tick-tick-boom with flavor ($3.39+). After stocking up on pantry stuffers, open-pit pros can arm themselves for grilling success with knives, thermometers, wood chips, and other accessories ($1.99+), or pick up a book to learn recipes and helpful cooking tips.
The licensed pest-control professionals at Bug Tech collapse the tent on creepy-crawly carnivals with safe and effective treatments. A technician first assesses a home for potential infestations, then develops a customized plan to banish intrusive bugs to the darkened corners of summer-camp bullies' sleeping bags. During general control sessions, an interior spraying of baseboards targets problematic pests such as ants, silverfish, and pill bugs before inspectors send stern eviction notices to earwigs and decree a ban on web-spinning for all nonpoisonous spiders. The treatment also targets hiding oriental roaches, coaxing them out with fake gift certificates for overnight vacation motels. An outside spraying of the perimeter adds another line of defense against unwanted houseguests.
Since equipping the world with its first wood-slat recliner in 1928, La-Z-Boy has branded itself as a well-known producer of high-quality furniture, including their signature recliner, loveseats, ottomans, upholstered sofas, accent tables, and much more. The Urbana oval end table ($249 and up) is genetically engineered to keep junk mail off the ground and blocks the couch's attempts to stretch out into the hall. A host of recliners, sofas, sectionals, the demi stationary chair and sleepers are also waiting to invade homes with their tasteful presence.
House of Flowers' floral design supervisor Rosemary Traba is a certified Texas Master Florist who regularly trains the staff at House of Flowers in the latest arrangement, design techniques, and rogue blossom containment protocols. Their petal palace features wide flower selections onsite and large walk-in coolers. Decorate a home for autumn with the Bountiful rose bouquet ($29.99), featuring red and orange spray roses and seeded eucalyptus in a ceramic pumpkin container, or make friends with the six-inch teddy bear embracing a vase of purple lisianthus and feathery limonium in the Big Hug bouquet ($47.99). For a numerically rebellious bouquet, opt for the Texas Dozen roses, which contains 15 long-stem red roses ($65).