The husband-and-wife photography duo of Aubree and David Hahn provide moment-capturing services with professional panache. Together they make a practice of using their engaging personalities to lure each individual's essence from within, and then mercilessly capture it on film. Your photo session will include a 60-minute shoot to snap pristine poses of up to four people, so feel sure to invite your most contemplative or snap-happy friends and family members for the revealing session, even if it’s just you, yourself, and your personal poltergeist George. All snapshots from the photo session can be viewed in an online gallery the following day, and your favorite will be made into an 11"x14" print. Or, you can purchase up to three Groupons and combine all of them for one 16"x20" Giclée print and 30% off additional services.
Since their maiden deterging in 1944, Tower Dry Cleaners and Laundry’s purification professionals have been expunging grime and removing rumples from legions of suits, dresses, linens, and more. Drop-off detoxes unshackle slack trousers ($6.95), shirts ($7.35), and sweaters ($7.05) from chronic creases, and plunges into bubbleless bathtubs eradicate dog hair from blazers ($7.95) and two-piece suits ($13.70) after forcing Fido to adhere to the dress code on Take Your Pet to Work Day.
With a degree in fashion and a desire to carry on the name of her recently-deceased shih tzu, Tashi Tai, Christine Gregory started creating a line of fluffy dog collars and selling them under the name of her beloved pet. Over the years, with the help of her mother and a new shih tzu named Myko, Christine expanded her wholesale business into a full-fledged pet boutique and spa. It's here that she not only stocks the shelves with gourmet treats and designer apparel, but also pampers pups with spa treatments such as massage therapy, facials, and a full menu of grooming services. Dogs can even take part in half- or full-day day-play sessions, where they safely socialize and pontificate in groups separated by size and temperament. While her Queen of Paws Boutique & Spa may cater to high-class pets, Christine's heart goes out to canines of all walks of life. She takes care to donate apparel, food, and funds to shelters and rescues that help find homes for abandoned dogs.