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  • Chicagoland Baseball Academy
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Our extremely efficient training is based on the idea that every second a student is in training, is valuable. We teach the basic fundamentals that the most successful athletes execute. The group class structure encourages players to act as role models and competitors. What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans? Pick a "big sister" to follow around and copy. You will learn the ropes, feel welcome, and get some good tips! . What was the inspiration to start or run this business? The baseball academy is doing quite well and those parents kept asking for a softball program for the boy's sisters. This area needs more specialized softball training and we will provide it! College softball is on ESPN in prime time - it's about time to offer more opportunity! What do you love most about your job? It's extremely rewarding to see a young player go from beginner to expert. You get to see their self-confidence and feeling of sense of self-worth grow right before your eyes. Cool!
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    5701 W Howard St.
    Niles, IL US
  • Zig-E's Funland
    Each year during early spring, the frost clinging to Indiana's Calumet region thaws, clearing the way for fresh grass, budding flowers, and smooth go-kart tracks. It's along the banked turns of Zig-E's Funland's Rippin' Raceway that drivers experience the cool breezes of the freshly temperate outdoors while careening over a 1/5-mile track. Zig-E's friendly staff is on hand to point visitors in the direction of the new tactical laser tag, bungee trampoline, or toward the waterfall-flanked greens of the 18-hole mini-golf course that blankets the 3.4-acre property. Inside, a year-round arcade is packed with more than 50 video and redemption games that buzz and blip as players pass virtual levels and amass tokens. Throughout the day, staffers at the snack shop reenergize fun seekers with tasty snacks and drinks and tales of the day humans first came down from the mountain to play Laser Tag.
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    8176 Wicker Ave.
    St. John, IN US
  • Fun Time Square
    Go-karts roar across the racetrack, bumper boats collide, and the cracking sound of confined home runs rings out from batting cages. This multisensory symphony fills the landscaped grounds of Fun Time Square, where attraction after attraction beckons visitors of all ages to kiddie train rides, 18 holes of mini golf, and the blinking lights of pinball machines in the onsite arcade. More intense thrills unfold at a paintball field, where abandoned cars, inflated cover, and war-torn art teachers guard players from enemy paint.
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    11901 S Cicero Ave.
    Alsip, IL US
  • White Mountain Golf Center
    No better place in Tinley Park to have a golfers gathering than at White Mountain Golf Center. With a parking lot adjacent to White Mountain Golf Center, you won't get stuck circling the block.
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    9901 179th Street
    Tinley Park, IL US
  • Tri-Fitness
    Tri-Fitness's duo of certified trainers help clients, from athletes to those who have never exercised, build their personal fitness through both functional and sports-specific training methods. As the conditioning and speed coach for the Chicago Force women's football team, Tri-Fitness founder Ron Munvez specializes in helping athletes such as runners, golfers, and baseball players fine-tune their bodies for peak performance. He and fellow trainer Brian Lyons lead a vigorous boot-camp program and TRX Suspension classes whose exercise machines use the exerciser’s own body weight to build and tone muscle, accommodating clients of all ages and fitness levels. The recently expanded facility houses a collection of modern fitness equipment, including weighted kettlebells, Schwinn stationary bikes, and giant steel hamster wheels.
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    2617 W Fletcher St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Double Denim Bar Crawl
    The organizers of Double Denim Bar Crawl have two goals: raise awareness of autism and have fun doing it. Their yearly bar crawls through historic Wrigleyville, which take place during Austism Awareness Month, gather revelers suited up from head to toe in denim jeans, jackets, and shirts to let loose amid raffles, dance-offs, and debates on the cultural degradation caused by khaki. Contests including kiddie-cocktail races and a rock-paper-scissors tournament complement prizes for best and worst double denim, denim princess, and being a HugeParty. Celebrants can feel good about every sudsy libation they imbibe, too, since profits of the crawl go to Young Professional Chicagoland Chapter of Autism Speaks, an organization dedicated to funding autism research, spreading awareness, and advocating for the individuals and families affected by autism.
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    3540 N Clark St.
    Chicago, IL US
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