Autowash's fully automated car-cleansing system quickly sanctifies sullied vehicles with eco-friendly chemicals, products, and practices. During the three- to five-minute Ultimate wash—or Heber Springs' Premium wash—robotic appendages spew out a triple-action foam bath and soothe surfaces with patented Soft Gloss brushes to scrub away dirt without scratching or etching curse words onto exteriors. The wash continues by blasting wheels and panels with turbo-charged hoses and imbuing rubbery soles with a tire shine for a lustrous sheen. A spot-free rain curtain rinses freshly cleaned vehicles before air jets shoo away water droplets with powerful gusts of air that reach up to 175 mph, and the speedy service concludes with a coat of Rain-X or Rain Shield. After leaving the tunnel, patrons can use Autowash's vacuums to clean seats and mats or fashion arms with elbow hickeys. Open 24 hours per day and seven days per week, the heated bays welcome vehicles to bask in bionic pampering, even during winter days or late summer nights after driving through a paintball field. Demonstrating its commitment to the community, Autowash donates a percentage of its proceeds to local charities and nonprofit organizations.
Arkansas Extended Learning Center culls a massive, seasonal lineup of informative classes, recruiting chefs, artists, athletes, and other professionals to share their wisdom with students of all ages. Pupils can pick up new hobbies such as fly-fishing or digital photography, or sharpen nascent abilities in fields such as cooking and wine-tasting. Otherwise, they can tone up their physiques in fitness and dance classes, discover a new way to communicate in foreign-language workshops, or learn how to cut their way out of a hedge maze during gardening and landscaping tutorials.
Wallis Aviation's flight instructors set beginner pilots on the path to earning their wings and teach seasoned fliers master new ways to soar through the sky. During one-on-one lessons, they guide pupils from their introductory flights all the way to certification for private and sport licenses. The instructors also help more experienced pilots earn instrument ratings and train for careers as commercial pilots and baby-delivering storks.
On September 13, Riverside Park is going to glow with neon lights. That's because it will be filled with 5K racers decked out in glow-in-the-dark bracelets, necklaces, and hats along with bright t-shirts and tutus. At 9:30 p.m., racers can jog, walk, or skip their way through the glow stations set up around the park as music blares into the night. Across the finish line, an after party keeps the energy alive with backlights, complimentary drinks from Rockstar, and music until midnight.
The clothes-cleaning pros at Moose Cleaners, recently heralded by the Arkansas Times for their superior services, spruce up dirty duds using meticulous care and modern, high-tech equipment. The garment groomers charge a flat rate of $2.79 to dry clean any clothing item, ranging from shirts and skirts to pants and hazmat suits. Vestments revampers first scour the surface of fabrics to treat stains left by sauce and soil before subjecting begrimed threads to a full-scale cleaning regimen in the sprawling facility's modern dry-cleaning equipment. Same-day service ensures swift makeovers for grimy habiliments, and a thorough pressing de-wrinkles dresses and de-ruches bike shorts.
Anyone can pickup a song book and learn how to play along with the sheet music. Any guitar instructor can teach you how to read sheet music and play along. We strive to give our students more then that. Our goal is to produce a well rounded guitar player who understands what they are playing and can literally play any song,