Splash 'Em Out's team of professionals man an arsenal of mammoth 20- to 60-pound front-load washers that can handle up to six loads of laundry at a time. When clothes are washed clean, they're moved into extra-large dryers with high, medium, or no heat settings capable of handling anything from heavy-duty towels to delicate undergarments. For customers who prefer performing the wash themselves, Splash 'Em Out's four locations keep customers' minds off the wait with entertainment including cable TV, video games, WiFi, and a children's play area. Stained clothes get special attention from Splash 'Em Out's staff, who can remove remnants of smoke, soot, or water stains from damaged clothing and thoroughly clean horse blankets without riding the horse through a car wash.
At For Paws Unleashed, pets escape. The daycare center, pet hotel, and fur spa is nestled in 10 acres of hills beneath open skies. Daycare attendants romp with their four-legged wards in fenced stretches of grass during outdoor play sessions. An onsite swimming pool beckons dogs to cool off in its clear waters, and yellow tunnels let them experience every animal's dream of living inside the sun. For nights away from home, each dog sinks into a personal Simmons Beauty Rest mattress, soothed by his or her own flat-screen TV.
For Paws Unleashed pampers dogs with services fit for humans. Canine stylists brush teeth and even color claws with nail polish. They run a taxi service to shuttle dogs to important barking sessions, and host birthday parties for them and their best friends, be they human or canine.
The attractions at New Heights literally stretch from floor to ceiling. On the ground, a mechanical bull shifts and bucks, and an inflatable jousting ring inspires human-versus-human combat. As for its vertical pursuits, New Heights houses a 25-foot climbing wall, an inflatable slide, and a Euro bungee that gives patrons enough air to bounce and flip at up to 25 feet. New Heights also boasts a talented staff made up of face painters, clowns, magicians, caricature artists, and a musical impersonator who will travel to entertain at local parties and events.
LJ Huffman, owner and chief cleaner of Big Blue Carpet Cleaning, travels the greater Nicholasville area to restore carpets to their former spotless glory with a truck-mounted HydraMaster 4.8 cleaning system. Big Blue's cleaning professionals use the HydraMaster not only to bathe grubby floor toupees but also to point the machine's nozzle toward sullied upholstery and area rugs. Additionally, the technicians restretch and repair carpets to help fibers in need of some extra TLC. Cleaning and repair services are available 24 hours a day, and appointments must be made 72 hours in advance.
Mrs. Rogers makes its signature white-chocolate popcorn to-order, using local Kentucky ingredients as part of the Kentucky Proud program, which helps keep farm products fresh by cutting transportation time. The resulting sweet, salty, crunchy, and creamy gourmet popcorn contains only all-white, nearly hull-less kernels.
Rather than continuously boasting about being in business for more than 25 years, ABC Cleaning rolls up its sleeves and clocks in every day with the goal of impressing customers with the high-quality services that have kept it in business for so long. One or more staffers arrive at clients’ homes, depending on the cleaning job at hand or the size of the stuffed woolly mammoth that needs to be shampooed. They then spend the allotted appointment time dusting, mopping, vacuuming, and sanitizing bathrooms and kitchen countertops into a sparkling sheen.
Mark Landis Photography's experienced team of shutterbugs capture flattering portraits in a full-service studio flanked by gardens and a rushing waterfall. Camera wielders usher in guests for 15-minute headshot sessions, guiding subjects’ heads and shoulders through a range of complementary poses. After the photo session, a basic facial retouching clears up one image of your choice, removing bunny ears and preparing the photo for public consumption. The retouched photo makes its way to clients via email or CD in JPEG form along with reproduction rights, allowing subjects to use their shot for promotional use or to forge a flashier-looking passport.