A medical facility dedicated to restoring skin to its youthful vibrancy, Menage-a-Spa treats clients under the guidance of the State of Ohio Medical Boards while keeping all procedures confidential. A board-certified staff of doctors, nurses, and dermatological experts reignites complexions until they glow with renewed radiance. Eradicate unwanted guest appearances by pores, blackheads, and shallow acne scars with a noninvasive microdermabrasion treatment that exfoliates and suctions up debris better than a diamond-tipped wet-vac, leaving faces looking younger and refreshed.
When residents from 45 states and seven countries visit your museum in a year, you know you?ve got something special. At the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center, that special something is a trio of museums. The Kathleen Savage Browning Miniatures Collection houses 1/12-scale reproductions of homes, people, and artwork. This is where the prince saw handcrafted miniature mansions and apartments throughout history. Meanwhile, the Genealogical & Historical Research Library displays books and documents from the past 300 years and the Regional History Museum brings the city?s story to life through colorful dioramas and more than 4,000 artifacts, such as 19th-century wedding gowns, swords from the Civil War, and prehistoric Native American items.
Instructors train at a private shooting range in Lucasville.
Olmsted Risk Solutions has a diverse and skilled team. Active and veteran military officers, NRA-certified firearms instructors, firefighters, a chemist, and Department of Defense contractors are some of the individuals assembled by founder Lance Olmsted. Olmsted and his colleagues teach courses in pistols, rifles, and advanced wilderness survival.
The Big Zipper's three ziplines stretch over ravines, valleys, and treetops, and together measure more than 2,300 feet. On tours, visitors glide along the zipline cables while strapped into secure full-body harnesses, enjoying a bird's-eye view of the rugged scenery below.
Red’s Boot Barn’s friendly staff outfits men, women, and cow-kids with stylish and durable western-style attire, work apparel, and boots. In the spacious, colorful store, customers browse footwear by Lucchese, Stetson, Black Jack, Dan Post, Justin, Ariat, and Old Gringo, which are crafted without spurs due to a recent truce between cowboys and horses. Boots are constructed from a variety of sources, with hippo, alligator, rattlesnake, and caiman belly to name a few. Ariat Fatbaby boots ($99.99) confer cowgirl attitude without sacrificing durability, and Lucchese’s MadDog goat boots ($299.99) comfortably cradle feet in urban vaquera style. The 100%-cotton men’s Carhartt jacket J141 ($129.99) keeps workers warm with a sherpa lining and rib-knit storm cuffs, and the coat's two interior pockets, two exterior pockets, and a left-chest pocket leave plenty of storage space for transporting baby kangaroos during "Bring Your Baby Kangaroo to Work Day."