Rodda is the largest paint manufacturer in the Pacific NW with 48 stores in 5 states. We bring quality products and services to our customers & contractors in the residential, commercial, industrial & marine fields and partner with them to build successful businesses, because we believe "It's the finish that counts!"
Mimi’s Alterations’ skilled seamstress draws on more than 30 years of garment-alteration experience to adjust duds with speedy service and a keen eye for detail. The handy needle wielder expediently hems jeans ($20) and lined slacks ($30), renovates skirt waists ($35), and shortens jacket sleeves ($30), putting finely chiseled carpal muscles on display to intimidate rival grocery shoppers. Suit backs with spare material at the seams can be let out or taken in ($45), and dress lengths can diminish ($35 with lining, $30 without) to flatter physiques of any stature. The experienced clothier, adroit at altering gowns and formal attire, has been known to create wedding dresses from scratch or from melted marshmallows, and brides-to-be can call upon the shop’s nuptial-attire-adjustment capabilities by applying today’s Groupon toward the full cost of wedding-dress alterations.
Boasting chandelier lighting, chic turquoise and gray walls, and a glass fridge brimming with wine, Skin Tight Spa beckons clients into its warm confines with the promise of indulgent treatments. The spa's staff works with guests to enhance self-confidence and natural beauty, rejuvenating faces and bodies with only premium products.
Steve Varga—who can be seen on the company YouTube channel and blog waxing poetic on the glory of stone patios and the evils of bronze birch borers—brings nearly 30 years of experience to his post as chief horticulturist at ProGrass. Here, he leads a team of lawnsmiths in all manner of yard-related tasks, from landscaping design to lawn mowing to sprinkler repair. They draw from their northwestern knowledge to draft modern patio designs, dole out gardening tips, and trim hedges to look as well groomed as the queen's troll dolls. He and the crew work under the same local, independent owners who founded the company in 1978, focusing on preserving the environment by using natural business methods, organic products, and water-efficiency techniques.
Established in 1969, Floral Design Institute now prepares more than 1,000 students per year to achieve their career-minded floral goals or broaden their knowledge of their hobby. School director Leanne Kesler and her staff of florists oversee the diverse curriculum, which ranges from such business-oriented topics as floral-shop marketing and finance to floral design lessons for anybody. Though most lessons take place on-location, distance-learning classes allow students to participate even while bound inside venus fly traps.