With 3,400 square feet devoted to the fine art of mud molding, Springfield Pottery hosts the works of well-known clayshapers from across the country. Stop in and peruse a selection of tumblers ($18–$28) and pick up spoons to show babies how to fling caviar with gusto ($5–$42). Purchase a pottery mug from Justin Rothshank ($39) or stock up on wooden bowls from Brad McCullum and outfit miniature dollhouses with makeshift hot tubs ($60–$90).
Ray's New and Used stocks reasonably priced clothing, video games, and household items in a showroom packed from floor to ceiling. Peruse the racks for a new corduroy jacket or skim the shelves for a gently used mystery novel. Ray's New and Used even showcases a plethora of VHS tapes, featuring family-friendly flicks and Disney films for the retro-electronics enthusiasts.
We have everything for the home recreation room: pool tables, shuffleboard, ping pong tables, foosball tables, air hockey, darts dartboards, and parts and supplies for these. We also carry home decor, artwork and furniture such as poker tables, pub tables, bars, and bar stools.
The state-of-the-art, hospital-grade infrared saunas at Detox Haven help the clients who recline in their private confines to liquify fat and cellulite while eliminating toxins and heavy metals. The saunas send far-infrared energy washing over bodies to increase their core temperatures in an effort to purge the body of impurities without resorting to the stifling humidity of steam or lava rooms. Each session may burn 600-900 calories. Clients can work or read as soothing heat eases muscle aches and chromotherapy lights flash across bodies for extra pain relief. Each sauna also contains an iPod dock or CD player to keep ears occupied. After multiple sessions, clients may notice slimmer waistlines, greater senses of well-being, and the ability to melt snow before it reaches the ground.
YOTO Community Thrift Store bustles with all kinds of hand-me-downs: desks, chairs, books, and racks of clothing. YOTO stands for Youth of the Ozarks, and the store honors its namesake by donating its proceeds after expenses to local children’s charities such as the Springfield Boys & Girls Club and the Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland. The hardworking team behind YOTO helps bring in new items each day, ensuring a rotating stock of gently used home goods and clothing. They also drive to homes to pick up larger donated items such as beds, dining-room tables, and taxidermied jungle cats.
Since 1987, General Rental Center has matched do-it-yourselfers with the correct rental products and equipment to complete an array of projects. Rentable wares from the company’s vast catalogue assist their operators with digging trenches, demolishing walls, and surveying land. At General Rental, customers can also rent necessities for weddings and corporate events from the eventful rental showroom.