Dusty duds and lived-in bedding flock to Park Plaza Cleaners, where cleaners thoroughly unsully fabrics and provide pickup and delivery services to accommodate busy schedules. Men's and women's two-piece suits ($11 each) emerge free from the stains and condiment splashes left over after intense power-lunch food fights, and polo shirts ($4.50) emerge crisp and spotless. Catering to customers' everyday dry-cleaning needs, soapsmiths remove unfortunate marks from men's shirts ($5.50), women's skirts ($5.50), and children's report cards. Comforters of any size and shape prepare for long winter nights with an exfoliating treatment that leaves them pillowy and fresh. While Park Plaza Cleaners welcomes clients to any of its locations, a complimentary home-delivery system allows the dedicated staff to whisk away soil-laden garments and return them with haste.
Founded just before Tulsa's 2007 ice storm, when corrupt Mayor Jack Frost attempted to convert city hall into a frozen palace, Custom Cuts has since kept trees and lawns healthy and resilient enough to handle any catastrophe. In addition to removing debris from roads and lawns, the passionate arborists help remove limbs hanging dangerously over living spaces or simply trim back their branches to keep them growing strong. All services include cleanup, whether that entails hauling off waste, grinding stumps, or consoling orphaned acorns.
All the Rage Fashions' savvy staff helps to enliven wardrobes with an ample selection of gently used designer clothes and accessories from brands such as Ethel & Myrtle. Bracelets in pairs or dozens accentuate wrists with wooden beads, animal prints, faux-diamond glitz, and multi-colored designs ($2–$6). A jaunty cap studded with rhinestones provides mobile shade ($10–$17), and a well-chosen pair of earrings can act as upside-down exclamation points for communicating excitement to possums ($4–$10). Amidst the blue walls of the well-stocked, no-frills showroom, a savvy staff with an eye for color and texture is always on hand to help patrons to locate the perfect apparel and accessories to crown, drape, and dangle from their outfits.
The tech gurus at Verizon-Shift Technologies's stores stock their interactive showrooms with the latest in communication gadgetry, including chargers, cases, basic phones, and high-tech smartphones. Quench phone batteries' thirst for metal-flavored electricity with a home or car charger ($14.99–$49.99) or swaddle a mobile in a fashionable case ($4.97–$49.99) to prevent its prom date from ditching it for a trendy abacus. Mobile broadband devices ($49.99–$99.99) make suitable vessels for navigating the various detours and student drivers populating the Information Superhighway; basic phones ($29.99–$149.99) boast impressive features, such as the 1.3 megapixel camera embedded within the LG Cosmos Touch. Customers can also use a Groupon toward omnipotent smartphones ($29.99–$299.99), including the Android-powered Droid Incredible 2 by HTC and the Android-powered Thunderbolt by HTC.