eZeeCopy provides a one-stop shop for customers seeking to maximize the efficacy and aesthetics of their printed materials. With today’s deal, aspiring business moguls and perfectionist party planners can bring the layouts they want printed to the store and let eZeeCopy get to work spawning 500 copies of the desired design. Inflate the attendance of your birthday bash or lawn party, or officially announce your entry into the business of professional cat speculating. While waiting on orders to be completed, customers can turn their attention to the flat-screen LCD TV or take advantage of the store’s free wireless Internet. A PC and two Ethernet-equipped workstations allow patrons to make last-minute tweaks to a design or amuse themselves while they wait for their printing to be done. Orders can also be left at the store and picked up at a later time, allowing customers to devote their days to obligations such as making grocery lists, buying groceries, or drawing faces on all the watermelons at the grocery store.
The chefs at A La Provence show discipline in their commitment to classic French recipes as well as to how they source ingredients; they use only natural grass-fed beef from Harris Ranch, domestic veal and lamb from Marcho Farms or Strauss Farms, and fish and shellfish brought fresh daily from Southern Seafood. Using these meats, they craft a gallery of traditional French- and European-American fusion dishes, relying on precise recipes rather than just carving steaks into the shape of Napoleon's face. They showcase their talent and creativity through a nightly changing amuse-bouche, a bite-size appetizer that servers ferry to tables before the main dinner. They follow this introduction with French classics such as rack of lamb, duck confit, and filet mignon. At lunch, they prepare salmon and rainbow trout with sides such as herb risotto and garlic haricots verts. The aromas of these dishes and international wines fill the stone-tiled dining room, where walls are hung with mirrors in gilded frames, delicate sconces, floral displays, and oil paintings of tree-lined French streets.
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.