It’s all about relaxation at World Nails, where digits receive more than the usual polish and cuticle treatment. Clients sink into vibrating deluxe massage chairs as nail technicians take over legs and feet with hot-stone massages and hydrating lotions in scents such as papaya green tea or mango coconut. After dispelling tension, techs buff and trim nails into round or square shapes, depending on the client’s preference and geometric phobias, and top them off with standard OPI polish or acrylic and solar fills.
Purchases made at most TNT Fireworks locations benefit partner non-profit organizations, strengthening programs in local communities. The company also has a commitment to both safety and customer satisfaction. Many of TNT's higher-charged products include a Glo-Fuze, which guides revelers safely to the fuse in poorly lit conditions, and a No Dud Guarantee ensures that non-functional fireworks can be refunded with ease.
Ulysses and Florence Cleveland opened their first flower shop in Toulminville, selling arrangements and seeds to locals in 1948. Five decades and three generations later, the flower shop may have moved but its dedication to fresh florals and greenery remains strong. Cleveland Florist showcases a variety of imported flowers, arranged into colorful bouquets to celebrate weddings, birthdays, and births. Clients can have a pitcher of yellow roses delivered to a sweetheart or send a spray of pink buds to express sympathy for a lost loved one. The shop makes every effort to bring these flowers into people's everyday lives from creating displays at the local library to hosting a segment on how to create a holiday centerpiece on the Rachel Ray show.
Baseball gloves, football helmets, and training apparel for a host of sports hang from the racks and fill the shelves at Rick's Sporting Goods. In addition to regulation sporting goods, Rick's provides custom screen-printing services. Customers can even submit specific hand-drawn designs, allowing local teams to take to the court, field, or diamond in style.
Throughout the year, Holiday Inc.'s team of clothiers goes on the hunt, traveling to New York, Atlanta, and Dallas to sniff out gems from leading manufacturers and designers. That includes special-occasion wears, such as bridal gowns, as well as kids' heirloom clothing. The team also digs up attractive accessories, such as couture handbags and sunglasses.