Marles Enterprises is a driven, customer oriented, and powerful technology company.
We handle everything from consulting, installation, and the updating of all systems.
We manage clients with one machine to hundred's of machines, cell phones, servers and integrated software.
Nook and Cranny Ceramics fills its studio with a variety of blank sculptures and figurines. These are like blank checks for visiting artists, who can fill out their values by decorating them in creative layers of paint. Pots take on prismatic designs, building replicas get fresh coats, and giraffe statuettes come to life, demanding feedings of glazed clay leaves. The shop also offers Saturday classes for kids.
Rock climbing is so fun that On the Edge Rock Climbing Gym actually has a warning about it on its site. A page for newbies notes that after a first session, "Your face may hurt from smiling so much." Rock climbing also works muscles that are usually ignored in daily activities, so it might leave you a little sore. It's all worth it, though—especially in such a well-appointed, welcoming gym.
Spaciousness: The gym is large where it counts most—vertically. Its high ceilings, combined with new top-rope and lead climbing walls, make for a more than 10,000-square-foot climbing area.
Beginner-Friendly Climbing Classes: There are plenty of classes to choose from, including a basic movement and technique class covering foot placement, hand holds, and how to rest without carrying your bed up the climbing wall.
Festive Friday Nights: The gym stays open until 11 p.m. on Fridays for a ropes-challenge course, wherein visitors can test their strength and balance.
High-tech Tours: The gym's website offers 360-degree virtual tours, on which cyber visitors can browse the gear shop in the lobby and gaze up at the towering walls.
Aio Wireless is the brainchild of Jennifer Van Buskirk. In a former life, she acted as Senior Vice President of Mobility Strategy for AT&T, where her performance earned her enough trust from the higher-ups that they asked her to run their new company: Aio Wireless. Her new joint venture retains all of the reliability of AT&T's 4G/LTE network, but gives folks a chance to break free of contractual shackles with a pay-as-you-go plan. In fact, the whole process has been streamlined. Aio lets clients use their own cell phone rather than buying a new one with unlimited talk, text, and data plans.
Despite the cutting edge gadgetry and the reliable network, however, the stores' approach to technology is more than just practical. Their array of phone cases, for example, brighten iPhones, Galaxies and Lumias in neon hues. Their earbud headphones, meanwhile, let phone owners play their tunes on the go without schlepping their tuba everywhere.
As its name suggests, Gadget Repair boasts a team that can diagnose and treat deficiencies in many modern electronics. The crew’s smartphone skills extend to iPhones, Blackberries, and Androids, and its computer repairs keep both Macs and PCs in working order. Additionally, staffers claim victory over an extensive selection of broken gaming systems, including the Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, Wii, and Nintendo DS. Customers can choose to drop their goods off in-store or request a prepaid box or carrier pigeon to ship their items in for free. Outside of any shipping time, most bugs can be cured within 48 hours.
For more than 100 years, the citizens of Melbourneshire have lived in fear of the mighty dragon Gedeon, who fills the skies with fire every night. Many knights have dared to face the beast, and just as many have ended up as so much canned meat for Gedeon's lunches.? Every year on the anniversary of the dragon's hatching, the Melbourneshirefolk hold a grand festival?during which all who prove worthy are welcome to test their mettle against the birthday boy.
A combination of a Renaissance Fair, Celtic sporting event, and live-action fantasy novel, the Dragon Festival is a family-friendly, all-ages event. Those who demur from the feats of strength can share beer and wine and take in the banquet of sights, including fire-breathers, stilt-walkers, jugglers, magicians, and real-life jousting. After night falls, a silver screen flickers with some of the most popular dragons on cinema history. Proceeds from the festival benefit the Save Dragon Point Foundation, aimed at restoring and preserving Merritt Island's famous 65-foot dragon sculpture, "Annie."