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  • Village Lamp Shop
    The sunny yellow clapboards of a 135-year-old farmhouse announce the bright wares of the Village Lamp Shop, a family enterprise that has sold and repaired lighting elements since the days of the oil lamp. The Beuthien family sparked their business in the dawn of the 20th century, lighting candles and lamps for the observation of religious rituals. Now in its third generation, the lampsmiths specialize in filling homes with mid-century, retro, and antique fixtures restored to their original brilliance, as well as custom fabrication of everything from base to wavelength. Their handiness manifests in a line of cylinder lamps made on-site with '50s-inspired prints. The family's appreciation for kitsch and wry sense of humor comes to light through the store's mascot, Lou, a stereotypical 1950's partier who displays his spirit by crowning himself in a lampshade and singing Buddy Holly tunes off-key.
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    139 Romeo Rd
    Rochester, MI US
  • R Scott Wirth
    After practicing Pilates to overcome physical limitations brought on by Cerebral Palsy, Trent McEntire opened his studio to help others improve their physical wellbeing. His professionally trained team of instructors guides students through various poses designed to strengthen core muscles, correct alignment, and force a tiki drink into the crook of uptight hamstrings. Optimize your chance to reach flexible fantasticality in classic mat classes such as On Balance, which focuses on movement technique and core strength, as well as the new hybrid Cardiolates class, in which students bounce on mini trampolines in attempt to simultaneously breathe deeper and leap springier.
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    438 S Main St
    Rochester, MI US
  • Country Smoke House
    Most popular offerings: Jerky, Snak Stix, Salami, Smoked Products Walk-ins Welcome: Yes Good for Kids: Yes Established: 1989 Staff Size: 25–50 people Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: Yes Pro Tip: Bring your appetite. Many samples are available. Q&A with Suzanne & Steve Francis, Owner What sets your business apart from your competition? Our products are made with quality select meats and our own homemade recipes to provide a healthier, satisfying choice for all ages. Our best advertisement is word of mouth. Great news travels fast. What was the inspiration for starting this business? We started processing deer in a one-car garage to make extra money for our growing family. We began making sausage to provide another option for our customers. Our sausage had pushed our side business over the top. We are now the largest deer processor in Michigan. We have expanded the business to selling our sausage, jerky, and smoked products in our retail store. We quickly grew into a booming family business, satisfying thousands of taste buds across Michigan. We also offer a full-service fresh meat counter, and we make 140 smoked and cooked products in our store. What is the best reaction you’ve ever gotten from a customer? "I will never shop anywhere else. We trust Country Smoke House products like we trust our doctor." What’s your favorite part about your job? It's very rewarding to hear a customer say "I love your products". Or "I can't eat any other hot dog or brats but yours because I react to all the others." "I will drive 1000 miles to buy your snak stix and jerky—no one else's compares." These comments make it all worthwhile. It's very flattering that people love your "creation," and they eat it on the go or at their family holiday meal (smoked turkeys and hams). Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? Our gift boxes are a huge hit. Especially for those who don't know what to get someone for a gift. Once you give a County Smoke House gift box, they most likely will want another. Now you have made it easy for yourself to find a gift that they will always like. For example, a business owner bought his 180 employees a custom-made gift box and had a great response from his employees. He usually buys something different for them every year. He had chosen to give fruit baskets the next year. The employees expressed their strong opinions and requested CSH gift boxes from here on out. The owner told me he will never make that mistake again.
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    3294 Van Dyke Road
    Almont, MI US
  • Fitness Rx
    Fitness Rx's team of instructors deploys to dozens of locations throughout southeastern Michigan to lead a staggering array of fitness classes. Whether they're guiding groups through kickboxing's strikes, yoga poses, or Pilates’ core-strengthening moves, they draw on their diverse backgrounds, years of experience, and enthusiasm. Additionally, trainers meet for one-on-one or semi-private sessions, and supplement workouts with nutrition support to help clients achieve varied goals, from building strength to fitting back inside their high-school-graduation cap.
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    180 S. LIVERNOIS RD
    Rochester Hills, MI US
  • Crushed Premium Smoothie Bar Service
    Juicy mangos, strawberries, pineapples, and limes aren't safe in the hands of Crushed Premium founder Roz Cordova. With her special knack for deliciously combining fruit, vegetables, and the occasional splash of milk—no sugar, preservatives, or synthetic cocktail umbrellas allowed—the result is smoothies like her classic strawberry banana, mango lemonade, pina colada, and kale-laced mango greenade varieties. She also brings her special recipes to corporate events and parties, where she blends them up on the spot for guests.
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    5783 Wellwood Drive
    Rochester, MI US
  • Rochester Holistic Arts
    Wellness, Education, Transformation. Offering Spa services as well as educational and wellness classes. (Yoga, Dance, Meditation, Nutritional, Metaphysical, Ayurveda, etc)
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    118 Terry Avenue
    Rochester, MI US

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