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BluGalaxy helps homeowners and businessmen survey their spotless floors with pride, dispatching teams armed with high-powered cleaning systems to both residential and commercial locales. The device sprays a 350 psi stream of water to shake loose dirt before a vacuum sucks up debris and helps dry carpets quickly, before they shake themselves off and fling water onto the ceiling. For unforeseen incidents, BluGalaxy can dispatch cleaners for next-day or emergency services.
Stretching across 12,000 square feet of indoor practice space furnished with fine equipment, Hit & Run's facilities help hone swing mechanics of little leaguers, high-school athletes, and beer-league beanballers thanks to a slew of pitching machines and training areas. Individual cage rentals allow a full 30 minutes of clobbering inside any of Hit & Run's seven regulation-sized batting cages, which stretch 70 feet in length and 14 feet in height to better follow the ball's trajectory and house sporting whales. In addition to its enclosed cages, the facility boasts four batting-tee and soft-toss stations, along with both baseball and softball machines. The Iron Mike and Jugs Super machines, meanwhile, allow helmeted hackers to zero in on fast-pitch spheres.
To promote these ideals and support literacy in young readers, RTC Entertainment distributes copies of its comedic book, A Fighting Chance - How it All Began in conjunction with its live performances. Through 224 pages, the book imparts lessons showcased in the organization's stage show, following seven teenagers, a science genius, and a zany teacher through strange adventures. The characters help one another avoid disaster, and in the process share laughs, work as a team, and learn honesty, forgiveness, friendship, and not to judge others. Books are given to each audience member free of charge at the end of each show.
25 years ago, a personal interest in diet and weight loss led founder Linda Parker to open Transformations, where she and her staff seek synergy between lifestyle change, medication, medical supervision, and proper diet guidelines and education. To this end, trained professionals walk with patients on the sometimes-difficult road toward their personal weight-loss goals. Nutritionally balanced diets and dedicated coaches aim to help patients maintain a targeted healthy weight.
Dr. Richard Bragg's first patient after founding Svelte Medical Weight Management was Dr. Richard Bragg himself. Determined to lose weight for good, Dr. Bragg built a weight-loss plan around the concept of lowering insulin levels, as well as supplementing a diet plan with vitamin injections, appetite suppressants, and forks that taste like inspiration.