Blue Jacket Books is a clean and friendly used book store offering a great variety of carefully selected books. Fiction and lit, history, military, poetry, art, crafts, cooking, gardening, religion, science, nature, religion, philosophy, anthropology, folklore, mystery, sci fi, and more.
• A full-service measure-your-feet, take-your-time, get-fit-right SHOE STORE! • A shoe and leather REPAIR SHOP, where craftsmanship comes first • A PEDORTHIC CENTER, where we specialize in fitting and modifying footwear, solving foot-related problems and disorders, and, when appropriate, making custom orthotics and shoes.
Factory Lighting Center's staff can help patrons fashionably brighten homes and offices with an extensive selection of lighting, lighting fixtures, lighting accessories, and rare bulbs, delivered to the lightery from a revered roster of vendors. Enlighten murky corners with a table lamp ($69.95+) or illuminate a room filled with Mark McGwire baseball cards with a chandelier ($85+). Factory Lighting Center also carries a stock of home accessories, such as ceiling fans ($69.95+) and hard-to-find parts for lamps and fixtures. If your lamp is experiencing a problem, such as audibly crying when someone steps on the cord, the staff can speedily return the fixture to working order.
Beavercreek Florist has been catering to the romantic, congratulatory, sympathetic, apologetic, and seasonal-affective whims of the greater Dayton domain for 34 years. Whatever the occasion, be it birthday, business, or baby related, Beavercreek's passionate team of florists will speedily arrange the proper petals. In addition to classically vibrant floral arrangements such as the Festive Wishes ($39.95), Natural Wonders ($49.95–$59.95), and Basket of Cheer ($37.95) bouquets, Beavercreek offers balloons ($29.95–$59.95), fruity and fulfilling gift baskets ($7.95–$54.95), and a wide variety of house plants ($26.95–$75.95) that are specially bred to be better listeners than lettuce.
Our goal is to biuild a community by helping people get in shape, be safe and at the same time instill the life skills with character development. Upholding important values like courtesy, patience, respect, self control and integrity.
Community Retail Partnership (CRP) was created in the midst of a tough economy as a way to help individuals, community organizations, and small businesses save money. The company partners with major corporations such as Office Depot, offering everyday people discounts on essential supplies and services.
Lifetime CRP memberships with Office Depot include custom invoicing and reporting for small-business convenience, as well as perks such as free next-business-day delivery of in-stock items on orders of $50 or more. Members also receive 40% off Office Depot finishing services such as binding, stapling, and sealing with family-crest-emblazoned wax. The discount card applies not only to select office supplies, but also to specific paper and printer ink, coffee, and break-room items.
The baristas at Dancing Goats Cafe whip up eye-opening espresso drinks using organic beans culled from local roasters. As patrons steep in the café’s artsy ambiance, staffers fuse together coffee and steamed milk to create cups of café au lait ($2–$3.35), easily customizable with more than 20 all-natural flavor options. A house-made chai ($3–$4) embellished by soy milk ($0.50) spurns espresso tampers, along with a mélange of other black and herbal teas ($1.50), including the Ancient Roots tea line, fresh from Athens, Ohio. To wake up from a nap about napping, customers can stick a straw into the café’s Steel Your Face drink, loaded with eight full shots of espresso and temporary confidence in one's ability to lift a sedan. They can then offset excessive caffeine with a vegan muffin in a flavor such as pineapple zucchini or pumpkin praline ($2.75).