After honing his skills as a professional mover for 16 years in Seattle, Washington, and Vallejo, California, Myron Davis decided to build his own company. The resulting business—Annabells Movers, named after Davis's beloved great aunt Annabell Singleton—handles both commercial and residential moves, whether they're local or long-distance. Davis implements a wide array of skills and tricks of the trade to ensure jobs run smoothly and safely, hiring only AMSA-certified movers and taking great care to protect living spaces and furnishings with padding, floor runners, and force fields. Once all the door frames, floors, and corners are prepped, the technicians swiftly and safely haul away boxes and furniture.
Le’Chic Parties jazzes up events with kid-friendly rental equipment such as colorful bouncy castles, professional foam machines, and concessions and games. Eight package options include various combinations of party products and can be rented for two to eight hours. The staff delivers all items onsite, sanitizes, sets up, and breaks down the bouncy castles, and sticks around to monitor and refill the foam machines. Le'Chic also provides an in-depth FAQ to answer all of your questions about space and power requirements.
Blake “Top Dogg” Rashad has spent more than 30 years earning his nickname. At age 12, Blake began training neighborhood dogs, a talent that would later lead him to prep military pooches for action during his enlistment in the Army. After his time in the service, Rashad joined the Atlanta police force to train crime-fighting canines.
Today, the expert in dog behavior hosts a weekly Internet radio show about dog behavior, local pet businesses, and canine-related news—playfully called “You Talk I Bark”—and also heads up Top Dogg K-9 Academy. At the academy, Rashad teaches dog owners the training techniques he has accumulated over the past three decades. Pooches leave six- or eight-week courses with a better understanding of how to communicate their needs to owners, and owners leave with dogs that respond quickly to commands such as “heel” and “drop my wedding ring.”
The scene is a familiar one: hotel guests lounge beside the outdoor pool as staff members filter around, offering refreshments or collecting clients for a spa treatment. However, at Pet Paradise, the pool is bone shaped and all the guests are dogs. This luxurious scene is one cat and dog owners can find at this boarding and daycare facility that has been owner Fred Goldsmith's pride and joy for a decade. The animal lover was inspired to start his own pet hotel when he simply couldn’t find a place he was comfortable leaving his bichon frise when he went on vacation.
Fred made Pet Paradise to his exact specifications, and the pet hotel's amenities reflect the loving care he lavishes on his own beloved pup. Dogs and cats can luxuriate in spa-quality grooming treatments or burn off some energy during group playtime. In the evening, pets can settle into plush bedding and feel safe knowing that the dedicated live-in staff resides just a bark away. Nocturnal kitties spend the night exploring their own private six-level cat condos while gentle spa music fills the air to keep them entertained. In case of any emergencies, Pet Paradise keeps veterinarians on-call, and in the event of a snack emergency, each staff member is a certified bacon cook.
As a DJ from Cross-Eyed Entertainment, Que6ix brings a professional sound and light-show experience to weddings, corporate events, and your grandmother's tea parties. He commands a library of more than 400,000 songs at the click of a button, specializing in old- and new-school hip-hop, gospel, R & B.