At four locations across Alabama, Phone Restore’s technologically savvy team keeps all manner of smartphones and tablets running smoothly. Customers can stop in with a variety of devices: iPhones; HTC, LG, and Motorola smartphones; or telegraphs implanted with tiny brains. Regardless of the machine, Phone Restore’s technicians can replace or repair an arsenal of parts, including speakers, power buttons, LCD screens, and touchscreens. The crew also services first-, second-, and third-generation iPads, as well as iPod touches. All repairs are performed onsite and typically take less than two hours. Phone Restore further puts customers at ease by confidently backing its work with a 90-day warranty.
On the eve of the Crimson Tide football team's 13th national championship in 2009, a team of enterprising sports fans banded together to document their favorite team's quest for collegiate glory. The result of their efforts is Crimson Magazine, a quarterly publication that gives its readers an in-depth look at the blood, sweat, and tears that go into each thrilling game. Since its launch in 2009, the magazine has chronicled the Tide's journey to winning two national championships.The diverse editorial content ranges from in-depth analysis to team interviews, and each issue is loaded with full-color photos perfect for pinning to the refrigerator or taping to the family dog.
What began in 1984 as a home business with a single phone has grown into a go-to source for women's apparel with retail stores across the country. Headquartered in Sandpoint, Idaho, Coldwater Creek curates a varied selection of elegant but comfortable clothing, ensuring closets stay stocked with more than just the relatives who only get pulled out around the holidays. You'll find everything from sweaters and jackets to jeans and dresses, as well as jewelry, handbags, and other extras for accessorizing new outfits. And if you can't make it to one of Coldwater Creek's physical locations, just head to the website to find the perfect cardigan, cashmere sweater, or pencil skirt.
Smart Minute's wholesome, pre-portioned meals arrive on doorsteps frozen and ready to heat and serve in about three minutes. Informed by the opinions of nutritionists and personal trainers, Smart Minute's cooks keep their dishes free of high-fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, MSG, and artificial filler. Meals will keep in the freezer for up to one year, to be enjoyed during Thanksgiving dinner or dropped into trick-or-treaters' pillowcases on Halloween.
All Fired Up!'s homey studio invites artists of all ages to participate in kiln-fired activities. Whether perusing the shelves laden with blank pottery or cutting and arranging colored glass to design their own plate, visitors get the chance to create personalized mementos and dishware. Classes let students try their hands at a pottery wheel, and kids' parties keep birthday guests distracted with painting while their parents wrap last-minute gifts.
When Steve was 17 years old, his dad gave him his first camera—a Pentax K1000—along with the only formal instruction he ever received: "Leave this dial on 60 and just move this ring until the light meter needle is in the middle." Steve heeded this snippet of advice as he sharpened his skills through trial and error, learning how to turn his "non-working efforts" into photographs worthy of the future's finest history books. His first paying gig came along in the form of a friend's sister's wedding, which earned him a total profit of $6. Since then, Steve has photographed more than 400 weddings, built an extensive portfolio, and amassed an impressive collection of stolen souls.