The talented pigskin couriers of the Dayton Silverbacks deliver a hard-hitting mix of passing, running, and tackling to feed the fervor of local sports fans. Fielding a team that includes rushers and receivers among the Continental Indoor Football League's leaders (in yards per game), the Silverbacks look to antagonize CIFL rivals and enchant spectators without exposing them to the blizzards, hailstorms, and falcon attacks of outdoor sports. Enjoy a high-energy match with a friend, family member, or teenage football looking for career ideas, and cheer along with the crowd-pleasing Silverbabes as they applaud each exciting trip to the end zone.
In 1939, James Clark bought Belmont Pharmacy, where he had worked as store pharmacist. His son, James Clark Jr., followed him into the business, and eventually the enthusiastic, dedicated family began opening additional branches. Today, a third-generation Clark, Tim, oversees the operation of the eight locations.
Each location mingles old-fashioned corner-store friendliness with modern health-care tools. Medical equipment, such as lift chairs and canes, ease home life, as do prescription medications that can be delivered by a friendly staff member. The Huber Heights location also has a compounding pharmacy, in which highly trained workers customize prescriptions to individual needs, combining multiple medications into a single dosage, adding kid-friendly flavors, or carving each pill into the shape of a white blood cell.
Ever since it first soothed the weary soles of Boston police officers and waiters in the early 1900s, New Balance has kept bipeds bunion-free with a vast array of shoe sizes and styles, manufacturing many of its wearable wares in the USA. New Balance’s fit specialists will quiet barking dogs and coax blistered heels back to life by measuring 88 critical points of fit and studying patron’s strides. They'll then use that information to determine the proper fitting footwear for your clodhopper's contours and match its form to your foot-function—be it running, jumping, or stomping on grape Skittles to make Skittle-wine. Men and women can choose from a wide selection of running, walking, cross-training, casual shoes. The durable New Balance 660 walking shoe ($74.99) cushions and supports arches during long, tedious treks through mega-stores that sell buttons. If you'd rather outrun the holiday season's hams, pies, and nogs before they have a chance to nest in your thighs, try on the New Balance 587 running shoe ($110). Boy’s and Girl’s footwear, like the New Balance 623 ($34.99), will keep your offspring's extremities well-shod during gym class, four-square championships at recess, and training sessions for their next worm-eating dare.
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Jaffe Jewelers owner Lawrence Jaffe taps his wide range of worldwide contacts to supply his storefront with a wide range of exotic diamonds, gemstones, and jewelry from designers including Abel & Zimmermann, Giorgio Visconti, and Jewels by Star. Silver medalist in the Best Jewelry Store category of Active Dayton’s reader poll, the store houses wearables ranging from the affordable Scott Kay sterling and gemstone line ($450+) to more high-end choices. Carlos Bere earrings sparkle with the help of full-cut diamonds set in 18-karat white gold ($1,450), with gems calibrated for dazzling onlookers or flashing Morse code messages to potential mates. Marvel at a teardrop-shaped Fana pendant adorned with 157 brilliant-cut diamonds ($5,810), or accessorize glamorous hands with a diamond-encrusted 18-karat gold ring ($3,120). The store also houses such ultra-luxurious pieces as the Luca Carati white-and-rose-gold soccer pendant, speckled with diamonds that add grace, charm, and +3 to dexterity ($10,195).
Community Retail Partnership (CRP) was created in the midst of a tough economy as a way to help individuals, community organizations, and small businesses save money. The company partners with major corporations such as Office Depot, offering everyday people discounts on essential supplies and services.
Lifetime CRP memberships with Office Depot include custom invoicing and reporting for small-business convenience, as well as perks such as free next-business-day delivery of in-stock items on orders of $50 or more. Members also receive 40% off Office Depot finishing services such as binding, stapling, and sealing with family-crest-emblazoned wax. The discount card applies not only to select office supplies, but also to specific paper and printer ink, coffee, and break-room items.