A record-breaking ascent to the top of luxury condominium Bellevue Towers, the Fight for Air stairclimb raises funds to benefit the American Lung Association. Participants will each need to raise at least $100 in donations by October 20 before they max out glutes while completing a 45-, 90-, or 182-story climb, the latter of which encompasses a whopping 3,242 stairs. To keep you climbing at a steady pace, leave the weighty Super Soaker with straw attachment at home and take advantage of designated water stops every ten floors. Though it may be tough, the grasp for the top burns massive calories, earns you bragging rights, and can induce a hallucinogenic euphoria known to the French as l'esprit de' l'escalier. It's all in the name of a good cause, of course, as more than one million children and adults in Washington struggle to breathe each day because of lung disease. Participants that raise $250 or more are automatically entered to win two round-trip tickets anywhere Alaska Airlines flies but do not earn permission to slide the banister back down to ground level. Check out the event FAQs for more information.
Jason DeMarre?s articulate financial advice can help clients build a retirement fund, save for their kids? colleges, or reach a passel of other long-term goals. With today?s deal, he?ll spend up to 12.5 hours fashioning a personalized plan of action for each client over the course of one year. A series of about five face-to-face planning sessions commence with a one-hour introductory meeting, followed by a profile meeting, during which Jason will build a detailed SWOT analysis to highlight a client?s portfolio?s strengths and weaknesses and to counter potential financial threats, such as the fire-breathing dragon living inside their filing cabinet. Then, he?ll unveil a full plan for a monetary makeover at a 90-minute strategy session, after which he?ll meet with clients again to pick products to invest in, such as stocks, bonds, and high-value Monopoly properties. Finally, a closing meeting will discuss plan implementation. ING Financial Partners is not a captive agency; Jason can pick and choose products from all financial services, not just ING, to assure the best possible match.
Owner Keith Stubbins takes a hands-on approach to captaining Elite Serve Cleaning, a business that prides itself on thoroughly cleansing private domiciles and corporate spaces. An insured and hard-working cleaner scours surfaces and evicts grime during scrub-a-thons, vacuuming carpets and cleaning showers, sinks, and toilets. Customers with regular appointments can expect the same cleaner for each session, ensuring consistent and well-harmonized work based on customers' needs and preferences.
Yuen Lui Studio has been creating photographic heirlooms since time began in 1947. During the photo session ($25 for one person, $30 for up to eight), models can surrender their souls to the camera indoors at Yuen Lui's studio or let nature provide the backdrop at a choice of 11 outdoor beach locales. After flashing their way through a set of expressions, customers should have enough data to upgrade the framed family photos that have been hanging on the wall for the past 600 years. As proof that the photo shoot actually happened, Yuen Lui Studio will transform a single pose into one 8?x10? print ($79), two 3?x5? prints ($36 for the first, $30 for the second), eight wallet-sized prints ($33 for the first four, $27 for the rest), and a disc that holds the pose as a digital prisoner ($250).
The self-cleaning house. It’s a vision of modernity from the 1950s that, unlike robots or manned spaceflight, never quite came to pass. Luckily, the insured technicians at Maid 2 Please remain undaunted by this failure of technology, fighting the war against domestic dust with a roster of diverse cleaning services. Crews can be deployed for a quick apartment spruce-up or a deep housecleaning, wherein they disinfect the bathroom and kitchen, dust off surfaces, mop floors, and remove lipstick smudges from plaster busts of James Dean. Maid 2 Please can also vanquish office dust bunnies with one-time or recurring commercial cleanings.