DriveXotic sticks adrenaline junkies behind the wheels of the world's most impressive vehicles, then sets them loose on a private 1.3-mile track in Cresson. Clients feel like professional drivers while tearing around a functioning track, as opposed to a parking lot scattered with parking cones or along streets curtailed by speed limits. The company's fleet features nearly 10 exotic rides, including a Lamborghini LP-560, a Ferrari 360, and a Corvette Stingray. On the day of the experience, a professional coach teaches drivers proper techniques and offers advice for getting the optimum performance from a car without dangling a carrot in front of it. As an added bonus, video cameras record every twist and turn of the speedy adventure, which can last for four, seven, or 10 laps.
2013 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Rusty Wallace allows amateurs to feel first-hand how a real race car rumbles as its tires scorch a professional speedway. Participants can either ride shotgun with an experienced driver or hop behind the wheel to tackle the track themselves. For more of the genuine experience, drivers don the full array of safety gear before climbing or vaulting through the window, including a sleek racing suit, helmet, and HANS neck-protection device.
Prepping for your annual arts and crafts festival? Pick up some supplies at Heritage Hut in River Oaks.
Heading to Heritage Hut? Take your vehicle for a spin and park it with ease at one of the nearby parking choices.
When paint is running low or you need a fresh stack of paper, come to Heritage Hut for the best art supplies in River Oaks.
A team of photographers make up the fleet of instructors at Light Graspers. They decided to share their love of photography with others through tutorials offered to photographers of all levels. For budding artists, the photographers offer lessons on mastering the basics such as shutter speed and aperture settings. They also lead more advanced students through other skills such as white balance and lighting techniques.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
The Fort Worth Actors Studio is an arts organization owned by D’Lytha & Nathan D. Myers.
We offer acting for the camera classes, audition coaching & tapings, and sponsor The Celebrity Workshop - real opportunities to hear from Hollywood right here in our home town.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
We provide hands-on sessions for Acting on Camera and a keynote about the 4 tools you need to make it in Hollywood.
Bring your enthusiasm, focus, & commitment and experience exciting personal growth.
We are committed to creating a safe & nurturing environment for our children, and adults.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
The Celebrity Workshop is just what Fort Worth needs, more interface with Hollywood - creating education & networking opportunities for local actors.
Now, you don't have to drive to Dallas or fly to LA - you can take Acting for the Camera in Ft. Worth and let Hollywood come to your hometown.
What do you love most about your job?
We love helping our students develop a personal technique for on-camera television and film performances.
We love creating opportunities to grow together as a group and create real opportunities for our actors.
Come experience the difference!
Every graduate of The Premium Institute of Bartending Schools' 34-hour mixology program can count on one thing—being hired as an on-call bartender with Premium Event Staffing, a company that provides staff for private parties and corporate events. Like a pie-fight truce, this guarantee benefits everyone involved. Students get to earn income while they use the institute's job-placement services to find a steady gig at an affiliated bar or elsewhere. Premium Event Staffing in turn gets access to bartenders who have completed the mixology program and who know their way around a muddler.
The reason even the institute's most recent graduates are so comfortable behind a bar isn't that they're wearing footie pajamas under their clothes—it's that classes take place in such a realistic setting. Students work at a bar setup that includes bar guns, liquor bottles, and 14 types of glasses, and they learn to pour on a real draft-beer system. This hands-on approach also characterizes the four-hour introductory classes the school holds for people who wish to learn to make martinis, shots, frozen drinks, or other specialties.