Family owned and operated since 1977, the expert instructors at Adamson's Karate Studios help students from preschool to adulthood build discipline, confidence, and athleticism using the art of karate. At eight locations, instructors guide students through a series of kicks and punches as they improve their fitness, confidence, discipline, and ability to chop stacks of boring homework in half.
More than 75 participating courses welcome Indiana Golf Pass holders to their lush and verdant terrains. Card-bearing putt pendulators can head straight to their preferred course for discounted play, their pass allowing them to forgo membership fees and arcane initiation rites such as quoting the entirety of Caddyshack in pig Latin. Passes are chipped to doorsteps about two weeks after orders are placed. Proceeds help support the Indiana Golf Foundation's junior golf programs, which bring healthy outdoor recreation into the lives of kids who might otherwise never know how to spot and avoid a fang-lined sand trap.
When Jennifer's two Shih Tzus kept getting sick from store-bought treats, she decided to start making her own. Her 20 years as a veterinary technician taught her the importance of feeding pets a proper diet. When she successfully cured her pups' tummy aches, Jennifer felt inspired to finally open the pet store she always wanted. The culmination of hard work and years of research manifested in Barx Boutique for Pets.
Specializing in grooming and photography, Jennifer's team also keep their shelves stocked with trendy collars, luxury dog carriers, and clothes for dogs of all sizes. And they still whip up the healthy dog treats that started it all—pupcakes, cannolis, and cookies painted to resemble the mailman. Many of their tidbits come in wheat-, corn-, and soy-free varieties. On your canine's birthday, bakers can create cakes in six different flavors and three sizes.
Your Gourmet Girlfriends, Jan and Pam, certainly know their way around a kitchen. This personal chef and catering duo bring their culinary skills to their clients homes, preparing everything from hors d'oeuvres for a special event to a full week of nutritious meals. They can fine tune their menus to meet a variety of tastes. Catering meals can take the form of a hot dog bar, Mexican cuisine, or dinner buffet with lasagna, pork loin, and meatloaf. For home cooking, the chefs bring in all the ingredients and tools they need, cook up a batch of dinners to fit your specifications, and leave them packed and labeled in the fridge.
Though, what this team is really good at is turning food into an event. Kitchen parties cater to kids or adults, letting the guests become chefs as they whip up their favorite foods. The adult parties include three or more courses of Asian fusion, desserts, or Italian foods with all supplies provided. Kids parties take a more whimsical approach with funny-face pizzas and veggie critters.
For more than two decades, American Mattress has promoted peaceful slumber in bedchambers throughout the Midwest with their vast selection of mattresses, headboards, and linens. The sleep experts strive to stay abreast of the latest bedding technology: their Serta mattresses are made with gel foam that supports curves, and Tempur-Pedic mattresses repel allergens, mites, and poltergeists looking to spoon. This devotion to a good night’s sleep has helped them earn the title of Best Mattress Store from suburban Chicago’s Daily Herald five years in a row. Additionally, American Mattress doubles down on each of its beds with a 30-day comfort guarantee and a 60-day best-price guarantee.
Husk prefers its corn sweet and its farms close by. Grown just minutes from Husk HQ, the sweet ears hail from four sustainably-minded Indiana farms: Weaver's Produce, Stout's Melody Acres, Eli Creek Farms, and Wilson Farms. Each supplier has a story to tell?about their humble origins; about the generations of kin who operate them; about the values that make them tick; and about the tiny looms on which they weave their husks.
Though these stories might be different, these farms are all integral to Husk's overall mission of growing and selling corn locally.They represent a return to a community-oriented business style, much like the one that powered Indiana's food supply prior to 20th-century industry. A unique part of their business involves harvesting Indiana sweet corn while it's still in season, then preserving it through a labor-intensive process, so that it's summer flavor can be enjoyed year-round.