MobileUwire’s collection of smart phone and tablet accessories makes it easy for users to adapt their device to their needs. Wired and wireless stereo systems enable phone users to play their music at outdoor parties or picnics, and portable memory sticks provide tablet owners with a way to back up their documents without writing them out by hand. The device shop also carries specialized cases, cables, and accessories for iPhone 4, Galaxy Note II, iPad Mini, and Galaxy S3 devices.
Believing that fast food should not only be convenient, but also healthy, the folks behind Fruit Fusionz set to work creating wraps, sandwiches, and fresh-fruit-filled smoothies. Sandwiches are customized with a number of breads, from ciabatta to spinach wraps, and lined with premium Boar's Head meats and fresh veggies. Plus, each component of Fruit Fusioinz menu is preservative-free.
Koko FitClub Smartraining system, which debuted in Entrepreneur magazine's 33rd annual Franchise 500 rankings, gives patrons personalized control over their own fitness with 30-minute custom workouts at automated stations. Each person's tailored regimen begins with a body-composition test, which helps trainers to build a program based on weight loss, toning, or whale-wrestling goals. Staff members then load workout plans onto the client's Koko key, which plugs into Smartraining machines. The workout equipment greets guests by name and instructions steer limbs through a medley of strength and cardio maneuvers, all of which take place at a single station. Because the system stores each visitor's progress, workouts adapt daily to keep muscle groups from starting a fight club out of boredom. A personal website tracks fitness data for at-home viewing.
San Antonio locals Wanda Norgard and her two daughters, Julie Mangiaracinia and Jessica Lowery, curate the selection at Brittan's House, which entices shoppers with one-of-a-kind gifts, apparel, and household accessories. The boutique's glass shelves showcase candles and bath products from local Texas businesses, such as Farmhouse Fresh and Tyler Candle Company. Mannequins sport glimmering Kameleon jewelry, and racks dangle with children’s and women's apparel from top designers. The team also purveys a variety of custom stationery, enabling customers to compose personalized party invitations or love notes to the neighborhood's brawniest postman.
Stone Oak's fresh flowers, from all 18 corners of the world, are primed, primmed, and collected into beautiful bouquets for all occasions by a friendly, prompt staff. To congratulate a recent grad on moving back in with his parents, reach for a Joyful and Thrilling bouquet, rife with odiferous alstroemeria, carnations, daisies, and solidaster in a clear glass bowl and bound with a yellow ribbon ($44.95). For recreational birthdayers, the How Sweet It Is, a $39.95 mix of hot pink, red, and coral flowers such as roses, Matsumoto asters, and carnations, reminds them of the blooming years to come. The Pretty Please bouquet is a bright springtime forest of spray roses, daisy and button spray chrysanthemums, and Monte Cassino asters ($37.95). There are also silk and dried floral arrangements for poignant existentialist statements. To add extra emotional firepower, add a Mylar balloon ($4.99), stuffed animal ($9.99), box of chocolates ($19.99), or a pink howitzer shell.
At Elite Pilates Reformer Studio, owner and instructor Luisa Parker leans on a career of more than 29 years as a dance instructor, a certified personal trainer, and a red/black belt in karate to lead high-energy Pilates Reformer sessions. Working with Luisa, you’ll build strength without bulking up, improve posture, balance, and flexibility, and excel in sports and exercise.