When Linda and Brian Sayre started Sayre Carpet Care, their goal was not to be the biggest cleaning company, or the cleaning company that uses the flashiest giant squirt guns, but, instead, to be the highest quality cleaning company. Today, Sayre Carpet Care dependably purges carpets of accumulated dust, dirt, and stains, engendering customers’ trust by expertly revitalizing homes. Linda takes orders and runs the books while Brian heads a staff of IICRC-certified technicians. Once teams arrive at a home, the powerful engine of a truck-mounted Hydramaster machine heats and pressurizes water, which is then fired into carpet fibers along with a specially treated cleaning solution. The water is then extracted, pulling with it any trapped dirt, stains, and allergens while softening carpet fibers and extending their lifespan. Brian and Linda can also lend their staff’s cleaning talents to tile and grout, as well as the carpeting of cars, RVs, and boats.
Slim and full of energy, Kathy Bartnick's present-day physique betrays no hint of her lifelong struggle with weight. Five years ago, she shed her excess pounds through exercise and proper nutrition, and today she works to teach others the same determination. She heads up a team of expert coaches, who lead students at all levels of fitness through energetic group workouts. They also give clients meal plans and nutritional tips, teaching them how to whip up a wholesome snack and differentiate between a healthy vegetable and a fire hydrant dressed in a carrot costume. In lively cycling classes, clients peddle away on advanced Star Trac bikes as upbeat music plays and a glimmering light show takes place before their eyes.
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It's true that the view of Thailand guests get at Bangkok View is limited to the tabletops, but even so the restaurant presents quite a panorama. Dozens of traditional Thai dishes such as pungent papaya salad, mild and creamy karee curry, and basil-scented stir-fries with a choice of five different proteins fill the menu. Beyond that, the chefs also expand their perspective to touch on other crowd-pleasing dishes from all around Asia: crab-cheese appetizers, egg-drop soup, pho, and szechuan chicken.
There's also an added layer of customization to every order: chefs cook dishes to requested spice levels from 0 (no spice) to 10 (spicier than the Human Torch's kiss). Should customers go the hotter route, servers are at the ready with creamy Thai iced coffee and tea to cool things off.
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Since John Brann built the first Brann?s Steakhouse & Sports Grille in Grand Rapids in 1960, the restaurant's steak dinners have become practically a local landmark. 11 locations across Michigan have banded together to sell more than 15 million USDA Premium Black Angus sirloin steaks, which can be customized with grilled gulf shrimp, boursin cheese, or sauteed mushrooms. The small plates are equally hearty and comforting, ranging from cheese dip infused with Founders Pale Ale to avocado nachos and flash-fried green tomatoes. While families gather to dine?lured by a kids' menu starring tot-size steaks and Oreo shakes?other groups turn their eyes to games on big-screen TVs and their lips to local craft beers and mixed drinks made with New Holland liquors.
Just because virtually every inch of Grand Rapids Strength and Conditioning's 5,000-square-foot gym brims with muscle-building tools such as ropes, weights and medicine balls, it doesn't mean the staff are hardcore fitness brutes. They pride themselves on their family-friendly approach to getting in shape, including helping high school and college athletes improve while staying safe. Training for speed, strength, agility, and power, they welcome clients of all fitness levels, scaling their cardio and strength-building regimens to accommodate beginners and fitness fanatics alike. This individualized approach engenders a noncompetitive environment for members?although the team does support competitive athletes.