Disaster Relief Supply fortifies home- and business owners against storms, natural disasters, and hazardous accidents with an armory of practical survival tools available for purchase and rental. The flickering light of a Texsport double mantle propane lantern ($26.56) ensures the successful completion of crossword puzzles during power outages, and Dorcy LED rechargeable spotlights ($24.35) flag down choppers or facilitate high-budget shadow-puppet shows. Customers can bolster first and second lines of defense against accidental infernos with First Alert smoke alarms with battery backup ($9.99) and First Alert kitchen fire extinguishers ($13.25). Disaster Relief Supply's cache of rental equipment helps clients clean up after Mother Nature with carpet floor blowers ($23/day) for drying soggy rugs and 2-horsepower, 10-gallon wet/dry vacuums ($16/day) that slurp up debris and the last drops of renters' unwanted milk shakes.
Organization is in Keegan's DNA. As a kid, her room was always clean, and her closet had a system for shoes, sweaters, shirts, skirts, and dresses. Her friends looked to her for help organizing their own things, and they still do today. For Keegan, turning her love for organization into a career was a no-brainer. And so, in an orderly fashion, of course, she got Neat Freak Professional Organizing up and running. Her services tackle both residential and business tasks and even include holiday decorating and moving assistance. She can arrange anything from cabinets and photo albums to garages, paperwork, and office work zones. To get things started, she provides free 30-minute consultations that identify goals and pinpoint systems that suit individual needs.
At IronClad CrossFit, it’s not uncommon to see classes running in the sand on the beach, performing dead lifts in the gym, or flipping tires outside. Trainers Alex and Brett, who are both CrossFit-certified trainers, design a new Workout of the Day (WOD) each day for their clients. Although the WOD is never the same, it might incorporate a combination of various moves such as weightlifting, rowing, running, performing body-weight exercises such as pushups and pull-ups, or doing dips on suspended rings.
Inside Posh Daisy Salon’s chic boutique confines, stylists Lisa Hammond and Melissa Bancroft get to work taming tresses for women, men, and children. For special events, the salon’s talented staff also performs elegant updos, airbrushed makeup, and semipermanent mascara treatments to make a wedding a memorable occasion, as opposed to weddings lacking color and personality or those attended by the Jason Bourne family.
Core Nutrition designs personalized wellness programs that can help customers reach their fitness goals, whether they?re looking to lose weight, build and tone muscle, or simply sleep better at night. Customers can take advantage of free fit camps, wellness coaching, weight-loss challenges, and high-octane smoothies packed with proteins and vitamins.
Creating A Scene's owner, Alaina Walker, works with clients to enliven indoor and outdoor spaces with custom displays of silk and live plants. The company's consultants arrange foliage and flowers into elegant centerpieces for weddings or other special events, and they can even supply plant party favors that guests can take home with them or devour on the ride home. The retail showroom mimics that of any other florist shop, save for the sheer variety of its inventory, which includes unique specimens such as pineapple plants. The company's healthy-plant guarantee ensures the longevity of purchases, and its plant-maintenance service sees the crew making regular return trips to local businesses to fertilize, water, trim, and polish rented plants and replace any that have wilted. Creating A Scene also donates funds through its Pick A Plant program, which awards 30% of each eligible purchase to a nonprofit of the customer's choice.