Business retreats don't usually involve go-kart races, but the entertainment emporium's Stoffel Drive headquarters rolls out corporate events that swap staid luncheons for velocity-filled tournaments. And the establishment welcomes more than just businesspeople. Guests of all ages and careers can join in all the activities—such as mini golf—and whip around the the outdoor track, reaching speeds of up to 45 km/h, a pace eclipsed only by a cheetah on a treadmill.
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The fabric-cleaning aficionados at Coles Cleaners take on challenges ranging from wine-stained wedding dresses to soiled rugs. The professionals boast certification in environmentally friendly cleaning, which they have earned through an assiduous commitment to using chemical-free cleaners and refusing to take Mother Nature's name in vain. In addition to making suits, shirts, and suede clothing sparkle, the team can also take the ill out of ill-fitting garments with tailoring and alterations.
Masked by opaque helmets, eight racers at a time tense up to counteract the G-force pressing them to the sides of their karts. As they approach the fastest sweeping turn on the course, The Catapult, they sharpen their focus in order to out-manoeuvre the other racers, their final position hanging in the balance. Grand Prix Kartways' 47,000-square-foot facility's alternating red and white barriers blur as electric, Italian-made karts accelerate into the last straightaway, cheered on by spectators watching from the VIP lounge. Once across the finish line, the competitors clear the track for the next race, using instant printouts of the results to compare placing, reveal who had the best lap times, and determine who was throwing all the koopa shells and banana peels. Between races, daredevils can relax and take a seat in the cushy trackside lounge equipped with leather couches, a restaurant menu, and a full bar. The arcade also offers a view of one of the track's hairpin curves between billiards shots, simulator races, and video games on Kinect-equipped Xbox 360 systems.
Jeffrey D. Cowan earned his degree in law at The University of British Columbia, where he served as the senior editor of the UBC Law Review.
Now the principal lawyer at Cowan Law, he draws on more than two decades of experience to assist clients with legal tasks. Drafting wills, guiding buyers through real-estate purchases, and helping businesses to obtain liquor licenses are just a few of the services in which he and his team specialize. As an added convenience, the company operates at three locations in Toronto.
Spaces Self Storage grants customers 24/7 access to its indoor facility, which piles away possessions within storage spaces ranging from 25 to 200 square feet. Moving trucks, carts, and dollies help ferry items to and from rental units, and an on-site retail store sells enough moving supplies to stow away prized possessions or last season's fireplaces brick by brick. The facility's high-efficiency heating and air-conditioning systems can prevent dust and mold from damaging precious items during their time away from home. Security systems carefully monitor each unit to keep stored items safe and stuffed animals from throwing wild parties.