Before departing on low-riding jaunts, riders must provide a valid motorcycle license and leave a major credit card for a security deposit of up to $5,000. Riders must return cycles with gas tanks filled and emergency parachutes rebundled.
For the CEO of Daniel's Jewelers, helping people realize their sparkling and diamond-studded dreams is more than a business—it's a family legacy. In 1948, his grandparents mortgaged their home in order to open a small jewelry store in Bell Gardens, California. His grandmother managed the details of their office and family life while his grandfather sold jewelry, gifts, and socket-wrench sets, creating an in-store credit system that allowed customers to conveniently pay for their purchases. His father and uncle joined the ranks after college and expanded the company from the original storefront.
What began as a glimmer in the eye of Helene and Joe Sherwood has blossomed into a leading jewelry establishment that spans 61 locations throughout central and southern California. The Sherwoods and their employees still strive to treat their customers as family, and they still offer credit options for a variety of budgets. In addition to stunning gold and silver pieces, they showcase design-your-own wedding and anniversary bands and offer a full-range of jewelry repair, including clasps and re-sizing. The diamond rings in their exclusive Love Song collection are embedded with a pink diamond, and come in a music box that, when opened, plays either Debussy's famous Clair de Lune or the Alvin and the Chipmunks singing "The Song That Never Ends."
With a name derived from "bamboo" and "ecology," bambeco declares its passion right in its moniker. A well-rounded plethora of stylish goods for every room in the home, from natural-linen throw pillows and Himalayan jute rugs to bamboo cutting boards and solar outdoor lighting, bears a range of earth-friendly materials that are organic, reclaimed, repurposed, or recyclable. Bambeco's staff strives to work and live by the company's five values, which include integrity, environmental stewardship, open communication, diversity, and lack of green preaching. The company's environmental commitment is also realized through its partnerships with and support of ecological organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
It's been over 60 years since the Kinsey Reports pulled back the curtains on human sexuality. In the years since, sexuality has gone from a taboo topic to a vital part of physical and mental well-being. At A Touch of Romance, a trained staff of experts keep the sexual health movement going in a safe, welcoming environment. Whether they're recommending a product or directing guests to one of their interactive Wellness Centers, staffer have the knowledge base and experience to inspire trust and confidence. The shop's mission extends far beyond retail and education; founded by women, the company is also an active contributor to charities and non-profits benefiting women's sexual health.
Hop to the deli counter at Honeybaked Ham Co. — visitors will be hard-pressed to find a sandwich they don't love.
It serves everything including gluten-free and low-fat options.
Honeybaked Ham Co. is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Reservations are offered, so call ahead to lock down your table.
Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Honeybaked Ham Co. as well.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go.
Make use of the safe and efficient bike parking at Honeybaked Ham Co.
Locals flock to Honeybaked Ham Co. for a meal they know will be high quality and low price.
Inland Empire's homeowners have Ready Equipment Rental to thank, at least in part, for their uncluttered garages. That's because they can avoid purchasing gear for one-time use by renting the facility's equipment, which includes electric tools, jackhammers, concrete mixers, saws, and landscaping tools. Even better, Ready Equipment Rental also rents out trailers, so customers can clean their messy garages or fill their mortal enemy's garage.