The Salvation Army Family Store collects and resells donated items ranging from vintage clothing to antique furniture. Patrons can search for wardrobes, tables, and couches to fill out their home, plates and silverware to stock their empty kitchen, and VCRs to feed their pet robot. All proceeds from the Family Stores support The Salvation Army's Adult Rehabilitation Centers. Located across the country, these centers provide faith-based residential and transitional rehabilitation programs for men and women dealing with alcohol and substance abuse.
Though the best way to contribute to the organization's mission is with monetary donations, the Salvation Army accepts donations of used goods and clothing to sell in the network of Family Stores. All sales of these donated items support the funding of the organization's programming. People can donate goods at convenient drop-off locations or schedule a free truck pickup of the donated items.
Skateboard decks, snowboards, and wakeboards line the walls at 720 Boardshop's two locations, ready to be used on urban, alpine, and aquatic adventures. The shop peddles equipment and apparel from a wide variety of brands, including major suppliers such as DC and Vans as well as local boutiques such as CandyGrind and Fluidium. The staffers go boarding around town themselves, and can help clients select products that will suit their shredding style or predilection for flame decals. The shops' inventory of stylish attire includes street-ready T-shirts and hoodies, outerwear, and life vests.
Head guide Erin Hale has been fly fishing since he was 14-years old. Erin's passion and enthusiasm for the sport has led him to guide anglers of all levels for the past nine years in fly-fishing expeditions and fish in a myriad of locations from Alaska to Belize. Together, he and a team of professional guides lead all-inclusive guided float and wade trips, teaching their clients how to catch more fish along the way. They also lead fly-tying classes and fly-fishing schools, and welcome all students and clients to return and use their store and website as a resource for learning and staying current on new techniques.
The Perfect Touch aims to magnify beauty and boost guests' confidence with a wide range of aesthetic treatments. Teeth-whitening sessions, for example, use an organic hydrogen peroxide gel and LED laser light to undo the effects of years of smoking, wine drinking, or gargling with soy sauce. Gleaming, long-lasting Shellac manicures pamper and beautify hands, and epsom-salt pedicures smooth calluses with a peppermint foot scrub and lavender or cucumber lotion. Paraffin-therapy treatments are available as an add-on to help soothe dry skin and promote better circulation in the fingers and toes.
Kamy Henson started dancing when she was 5, and she hasn't stopped since. Over time she added tumbling and gymnastics to her skill set and became a dance teacher and coach. Kamy eventually she founded her own school: Ovation Academy of Dance. She has shared her passion for the art of dance with countless students, but perhaps the student she's most proud of inspiring is her daughter, Aubrey. Along with her fellow Ovation instructors, the award-winning Aubrey teaches ballet, tap, jazz, and lyrical choreography to the students who twirl across the studio's glossy wood floor.
Bright reds, yellows, and blues add vibrant pops of color in Party On?s indoor playground. During birthdays and open-play, kids cascade down slides into inflatable fire engines or bounce inside the Scooby Doo-themed inflatable.
In the party room, birthday kids can nosh on pizza, cake, and ice cream. For an additional $100, the princess party package add-on enhances parties with visits from costumed characters such as Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty.