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  • Equity Life Style Properties
    Silver Dollar Golf Club?s 18-hole course is designed to challenge both beginning backswingers and golf gurus. Focus on fundamentals and follow-throughs as you and a friend vehemently cart around fairway bunkers and traverse through the well-manicured course. Water hazards and majestic trees surround the sprawling course, making precision a crucial factor in preventing mulligan malpractice lawsuits.
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    2 N Riverside Plz
    Chicago, IL US
  • Networks
    Networks in Chicago is known for its tasty eats. At Networks, you can find ample parking that is readily available any time of day. Public transit is located within walking distance of Networks, with stops at Quincy/wells (Brown Line, Orange Line, Pink Line, Purple Line), Lasalle/van Buren (Brown Line, Orange Line, Pink Line, Purple Line), and Clinton-blue (Blue Line).
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    311 S Wacker Dr
    Chicago, IL US
  • ABC Humane Wildlife Control & Prevention
    When a widespread skunk infestation effecting Chicago suburbs made national headlines, media outlets such as USA Today, NPR, the Chicago Sun-Times, and WLS 890AM with John and Lauren hailed ABC Humane Wildlife Control & Prevention as the front lines of humane defense. Since its founding by university-trained naturalist Garon Fyffe in 1976, the team of animal experts has deftly removed unwanted animals, pests, and birds from homes and businesses. Each of the 35 state-licensed wildlife control experts employs humane processes to sniff out pest problems and solve the underlying issues, such as gaps in the foundation, tree limbs offering easy roof access, or handbills lying around offering employment in return for cheese.
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    210 N Wells Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Your Painters
    What do a mountain climber, a kidney donor, and a member of the IQ society Mensa all have in common? They help make up the polychromatic team of Your Painters, a battalion of brush wielders united by a common goal of excellent craftsmanship in painting, staining, and interior upgrades. Prior to interior and exterior painting, they help customers narrow down the often-overwhelming rainbow of color choices through consultations and an online compilation of top 10 colors from Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams. Besides changing indoor and outdoor hues, Your Painters refinish cabinets into sharp-lined works of art and preserve cedar roofs against rain, snow, and hailstorms of ping-pong balls. Their efforts to enhance domestic aesthetics have garnered recognition from the U.S. Commerce Association, who lauded the company as the Painting Contractor of the Year in its Best of Naperville 2012 awards.
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    118 North Clark Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Four Corners Tavern Group
    Four Corners Tavern Group encompasses eleven kitchens and many times that number of taps, but it started in just one establishment, Schoolyard Tavern & Grill. There, Executive Chef Jim Hoban helped develop a menu of upscale, creative bar food, including bison burgers, korean steak tacos, and goat cheese quesadillas. As the group expanded, Hoban exported his menu to new establishments. Each location's chef enhances the selection with his or her own spin on the general concept. Though the flavors vary from location to location, the sister venues' promises remain much the same: creative fare, extensive beer lists, and flat-screen TVs playing sports while wearing the proper safety gear.
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    221 N LaSalle St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Duru’s Custom Shirts and Suits
    WLS-TV anchor Ron Magers, former Chicago Bulls center and coach Bill Cartwright, former Exelon Corporation CEO John Rowe, Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks, and author and attorney Scott Turow often find themselves reaching for the same suit. They do not share a closet, but the staff at Duru’s Custom Shirts and Suits claims to have tailored threads for each of them. The shop's clothiers, in fact, have draped Egyptian cotton and lightweight wool across the shoulders of numerous notable Chicagoans over the course of more than four decades in business. With the hushed sounds of tailor’s chalk on fabric and humming machinery in the background, the workers also alter wardrobes when patrons are accepting an award or trying to clothe the little guy on their award.
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    221 N La Salle St.
    Chicago, IL US