Mountain Glacier quenches thirsts with crystal-clear jugs of bottled spring water, which are free of additives, preservatives, and chemicals. After an H20-hoisting maestro delivers the water-cooler rental and the first month’s four bottles of Mountain Glacier water, he or she will also set it up, install it, and recommend the proper diet and grooming tips for the remaining three bottles. Each cooler comes with both cold and room-temperature water, suitable for cold lemonade and room-temperature water balloons. If anything should go awry, the company is quick to provide customer service and any necessary repairs.
The Rio Grande Valley Partnership, with its prestigious, sixty-five year legacy of building businesses in South Texas, exists to cultivate opportunities. Created in 1944, it unites a diverse & distinguished roster of leadership from across four counties. A Chamber of Commerce for the whole Valley, the Partnership fosters
Batteries Plus caters to energy cell consumers with over 40,000 types of products and services for everything from a toy car to a real one. The expert staff guides customers through the lithium-infused labyrinth of battery confusion to easily jolt I-pods back to life, or to reanimate cellular rotary-phones for ironic accessorizing. In addition, Batteries Plus gives unwanted batteries a warm home with an in-store recycling bin, an effort to encourage safe disposal, waste reduction, and resource preservation.
The cooks at Dickey's Barbecue Pit have been serving slow-smoked, USDA-inspected meats slathered in sauce concocted from the Dickey family recipe since the first shop opened in Dallas in 1941. The menu is populated with sandwiches piled high with barbecue-drenched Texas-style chopped beef brisket, southern pulled pork, spicy cheddar sausage, and turkey breast ($3.50–$7). Fingers dress themselves to paint white T-shirts after handling plates mounded with barbecue-smothered ribs, which are accompanied by a choice of two sides such as creamy coleslaw, waffle-iron fries, or mac 'n' cheese ($11). The Giant Stuffed Baker cushions a family of meat, cheese, and toppings on a baked-potato sofa more fluffy than Mother's Day card poetry ($5.50–$7).
Cosmetic care that stops at the surface is only fighting half the battle. This is the philosophy of the staff at Eternal Wellness MedSpa & Salon, and its various aestheticians and technicians aim to rejuvenate and revitalize clients' spirits with their beauty services. To do so, they incorporate traditional spa techniques, such as Swedish and deep-tissue massage, with medical-grade products and technology. A cosmetic laser system and Vibraderm exfoliating machine fit right in with the center's arsenal of aesthetic equipment, which also includes infrared light skin-tightening devices. Colon hydrotherapy machines and 21-day cleanses help clients shed weight and toxins. Even something as straightforward as a new hairstyle or freshly polished set of nails can revitalize spirits and give clients the confidence they need to finally assemble their home's particle accelerator.
With a huge array of go-karts, mini-golf, bumper boats, arcade games, and birthday parties, it seems the only thing you can't do at the Zone Action Park is get bored. In the Strike Zone baseball enthusiasts can practice their swing in the batting cages, the Speed Zone allows drivers to blast around the course in a single or double go-kart, and in the Splash Zone, they practice nautical combat with bumper-to-bumper thrills. After all that excitement, pizza, wings, chili cheese dogs, and Frito pie help drivers refuel, which contrary to some beliefs, is not the same way go-karts refuel.