Backed by the Verizon Wireless network, Shock City Cellular's service stretches through the nation’s airwaves. To support this expansive service network, each of Shock City’s physical locations operates according to three core principles: provide great customer service, do business ethically, and commit to staff development. With these guiding principles, staff members can help customers customize the retailer's two-year plans to accommodate how often they text, use data, and talk on the phone. Staffers are also always on hand should patron’s need a hardware update, with a selection of accessories and phones from venerable brands such as Samsung, Droid, and Two Tin Cans and a String.
Meander beneath the leaves of the more than 30,000 trees that grow at Bentley Ridge Tree Farm & Nursery, and you’ll see pines and serviceberry bushes. The sprawling 30-acre farm is home to more than 20 different species of locally grown trees, along with five varieties of shrubs. A team of attentive farmers cares for this lush forest, paying special attention to the plants’ roots to ensure they grow to be healthy and strong.
GolfTec fuses the experience and know-how of PGA-certified coaches with high-speed video to improve a client's golf game. Trainers employ video analysis, motion-capture, and launch monitor technology to analyze players' swings. Instant visual feedback and archived web lessons help clients rehearse and retain everything they have learned. Personalized club fitting ensures the player is getting the most out of their equipment.
Blond Genius covers lower halves in a fresh assortment of high-end designer denim. Its Denim Bar stocks more than 130 fits and styles for women sizes 0–20, as well as 25 styles for men sizes 29–40. The shop shows off styles from brands such as Citizens of Humanity, Hudson, True Religion, and Joe's Jeans. Blond Genius also custom tailors jeans, sculpting denim to shorten a hem or replicate Michelangelo's David. While women can do a front flip into a pair of Big Stars ($90) or climb leg-opening-first into AG Bell Flares ($215), the denim dealer also stocks styles for men, including the AG Protégé ($178+) and 7 for All Mankind Austyn jeans ($189+). Petite and extra-long jean lengths are also available.
Stocking shelves with new and recycled duds since 1971, Ragstock fortifies wardrobes with a storefront brimming with new and recycled men's and women's clothing and accessories. In addition to mainstream garments, stores sling eclectic outfit accouterments such as neon suspenders ($9.99) and thick-rimmed spectacles ($4.99+) that allow shoppers to evoke the air of literature professors without blithely quoting Joyce.