The licensed professionals at Tony’s Dry Cleaners––who have more than 30 years of experience expurgating stains––make sullied vestments sparkle once again by using delicate equipment and waterless wizardry to clean fine garments. Erase ill-advised mocha tattoos from the sleeves of rebellious two-piece suits ($10) or bring in sweaters worn during sloppy-joe-juggling competitions for a thorough cleansing ($5.20). Dress shirts or blouses can be restored to pristine whiteness for important business meetings ($4.50), and hand-me-down prom dresses can shake off the dust and pre-nostalgic tears ($9). Excellent care and timely service ensure that clients can retrieve their clean-pressed orders quickly and in prodigious condition. Though not included in this Groupon, Tony’s Dry Cleaners also offers alteration, laundry, and pressing services.
Upland Sports Arena's 70,000-square-foot indoor complex ensures games go on in any weather on the facility's four synthetic grass fields. Kids take to the turf in youth leagues and the Lil Kickers program, which teaches children as young as 18 months basic soccer skills like which feet to put cleats on. Adults also hit the fields for co-ed dodgeball and soccer leagues, frequenting the on-site sports bar to unwind and celebrate victories with a beer and a bite.
With more than 35 facilities spread across Arizona and California, California Arizona Storage Centers helps homeowners, renters, and business owners manage their living and working spaces with handy self-storage units, huge 14’ moving trucks, and safe stowing spaces for RVs, cars, and boats. Before freeing up valuable square footage in their domiciles, clients zero in on their exact storage-space requirement with a 3-D calculator, ensuring that every inch of storage is put to use. In addition to helping customers haul and stock cargo, California Arizona Storage Centers recycles computers, TVs, copiers, and other electronics through its All Green Electronics Recycling program, diverting more than 250,000 pounds of waste from landfills since 2010, and staving off the imminent nanobot uprising for at least a few more years.