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Shops for and delivers groceries. Partners with many nationally recognized grocery stores. Provides consumers with a personal shopper. Allows you to customize grocery lists and schedule delivery times.
Founded in 2009 and launched in 2010, Uber operates in over 500 cities throughout the world. Uber’s easy-to-use app and rapid expansion plan make it a useful rideshare option for people in participating cities.
Bell Canada was established in 1880 and is Canada’s largest communications company, providing cellular, home phone, television and Internet services. It’s a publically traded company with headquarters in Montreal.
Skin & Bones offers a luxurious collection of organic skincare creations made up of a blend of oils from organic botanicals. The rich scents and therapeutic formulations help to heal, restore and renew the skin, body and soul.
A luxury paint manufacturer specializing in interior and exterior paints and stains. The company’s products are sold exclusively at authorized independent retailers across the U.S. One gallon costs $35-$75.
California-based paint manufacturer with a broad selection of colors, finishes and paint types. Use their online ColorSmart tool to visualize how colors will look in your home. One gallon of paint is around $23-$40.
Paints, stains and supplies are sold at retail stores throughout the United States. Choose from more than 1,500 paint colors and get an in-home consultation service. One gallon of paint costs around $30-$50.
This electric toothbrush is slim and battery-powered, making it easy to use and easy to travel with. Toothbrushes start at $25 for plastic and $40 for metal. Add a refill plan for $5 to receive a new brush head every three months.
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Life Line’s mission is to promote your awareness of potential health threats through early screening, detection and diagnosis. Their highly trained staff and thoroughly vetted physicians work together in a cutting edge atmosphere to detect early disease and advocate working with your doctor to improve quality of life.
Board-certified physicians: All Life Line physicians reviewing test results are board-certified in their state of practice.
CLIA-certified laboratory: All testing performed in Life Line’s lab follows the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA).
Screenings are independently verified: Life Line’s vascular screenings are all independently confirmed alongside studies from hospitals in both the United States and the UK.
Randomly audited results: Life Line performs random audits of patient results to confirm their accuracy.
Through reviews: A second technician verifies any abnormal results.
Spotify is a streaming service that lets you stream music, podcasts and video from mobile and desktop devices. You can use it for free with commercials, pay $9.99 per month for a Premium plan or $15 per month for a family plan.
For over 90 years, Caterpillar (or CAT) has been in the heavy equipment manufacturing industry. Headquartered in Peoria, Illinois, CAT now has manufacturing and distribution centers in over 180 countries around the world.
Amazon Echo is a hands-free speaker that uses Amazon’s Alexa voice-controlled system. Echo interfaces with several different programs to play your favorite music, make calls or interact with your smart home devices.
Offers online and mobile food-ordering and delivery. Choose from national chains or local hot-spots. Ability to search by cuisine, restaurant name or menu item. Pricing varies based on order and location.
B&H Photo Video is a non-chain photo and video equipment store that has been operating in New York City since 1973. The store markets to professional photographers and videographers and ships to locations across the United States.
HubPages is a website featuring user-generated content and revenue sharing amongst users and site owners. Founded in 2006, Hubpages recruits members to write informational articles, paying them a small incentive for each article.
Founded in 1959 and based in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Generac makes power generators for industrial and residential markets. It rebranded its line of industrial generators in 2009 to include ergonomic and aesthetic changes.
This wellness brand sells products in bundles, starting at $35.95. The products you’ll receive vary and can include diapers, wipes, health and wellness products, formula and cleaners. You can also buy products individually.
Google Home ($49-$399) is a smart speaker with Google Calendar, Photos, Play, Assistant, Spotify and Chromecast integration. The Home can be used to perform smart home tasks such as dimming lights or changing a thermostat.
Adorama has been servicing customers looking to rent or buy photo, video and audio electronics for more than 35 years. As a full-service retailer, Adorma offers photo printing, classes and numerous other services for consumers.
The Bleacher Report provides the latest sports news online and on their app. Their Media Lab provides thoughtful content related to the world of sports, including narratives, interactive stories, mixed media articles and more.
Juice Beauty offers clinically validated, organic solutions to skincare. Endorsed by partner Gwyneth Paltrow, these high-quality and natural products enhance beauty without compromising your well-being or the earth.
Kohler began in 1873 and is based in Kohler, Wisconsin. It is a manufacturing company that makes plumbing products, engines and generators. Its generators are sold at over 22,000 dealers across the globe.
Established in 2002, Lulu.com is a self-publishing company that allows authors to create and sell printed or electronic books. Users can design their book jacket, format their manuscript, apply for an ISBN number and more.
Offers oil-based and water-based exterior and interior paints. Buy their signature paint at Lowes, or purchase from other major home improvement stores like Ace. One gallon of paint cost about $15-$50.
Armando Montelongo is a real estate investor who appeared in several seasons of A&E’s show Flip This House. His company now offers seminars across the United States to teach others about the real estate market.
Apple Tech Support provides consumers with workshops, support chat, repairs from a variety of means. Whether consumers need in-store consultations or online driver downloads, Apple Tech Support can help solve their problems.
Sonos is an American electronic company known for its speaker systems that use mesh networking via your wireless internet connection. This allows you to play music through multiple speakers in multiple rooms.
The Mayo Clinic, named for Dr. William Mayo, was established in 1889 and is known for advanced treatment options. It is headquartered at its original location in Rochester, Minn. with additional campuses in Arizona and Florida.
On-demand postage for packages shipped around the world. Free trial and discounts available. Monthly membership fee of $17.99 and shipping rate discounts of up to 40%. Shipping supplies for sale online.
Provides access to new releases and classic games for rent or purchase for the most popular gaming consoles. Free rush shipping for rentals and no late fees. Members rent movies or new and used video games.
This shaving subscription service starts at $5 for a starter set and as low as $6 for a box after that. You can also order products for skin care, shower, hair and oral care. Gift a subscription for three, six or 12 months.
Known for their reliability, Brother Printers are designed to offer good print quality at an affordable price. They have integrated features that make them workable for small businesses, like BR-Script 3 compatibility.
Invisible Fence is a Radio Systems Corporation company. It manufactures, sells and installs in-ground fences and other wireless barriers. The company has been in business over 40 years and helped more than 3 million pets.
23andMe was the first company the FDA authorized to offer genetic testing directly to consumers in 2015. You can choose to receive reports on your genealogy, actionable health and carrier status information. Tests start at $99.
Founded in 1978, Paula Young Wigs is an Internet-based discount women’s wig retailer. It offers a wide selection of discount wigs in many lengths, styles and colors, as well as wig accessories and hair pieces.
The Apple Store’s physical location is both a retailer of Apple products and a customer support hub. Consumers can visit the store to attend free workshops to get training for their devices or for consultations and repairs.
PeopleFinders offers users the ability to search for public records by name, email address or phone number. It also offers special services for businesspeople who want to do a large number of background checks.
Founded in 2002, Redbox is a DVD rental service company utilizing kiosks in retail locations to make video rental convenient. Customers choose a DVD from an automated kiosk dispenser using a credit card and pay per 24-hour rental.
Social Security Disability is a government program that protects plan holders' income should they lose the ability to earn. The program is run by the Social Security Administration, which is now more than 80 years old.
This skin care company was founded by two dermatologists and has regimens that address all major skin concerns. Become a preferred customer to save up to 10% on your order. You can also become a consultant and receive commission.
Offers graduates or former students of for-profit career colleges a way to reduce student loan debt. Files claims against collectors or schools with questionable reputations. Cost varies, and programs take around 120 payments.
Judge Judy is a syndicated television show airing on CBS. It features a real judge, Judy Sheindlin, who hears civil court cases as a mediator. Guests on the show agree to abide by her ruling and are paid an appearance fee.
PaperBackSwap is an online book exchange community, where members exchange used books with other members for the cost of postage. It also offers members a discount on new books purchased through click-through links to Amazon.com.
Beautycounter has a strong mission, they want to inform the public about the lack of regulations in cosmetics and to provide safe products. The company has a five step ingredient selection process to ensure the best products.
Liquidation.com is a liquidity services website, partnering with retailers and others to liquidate surplus inventory or assets. They allow users to list and bid on items including apparel, jewelry, electronics, tools and more.
American Education Services offers government loans for education. Its loans are backed
by the Department of Education; students often work with this service after filling out their
FAFSA and being approved by their school.
Background check and person search generator. Accesses criminal records, social media accounts, property records and more. Free basic searches. Trial memberships. Membership provides unlimited reports and thorough searches.
Masterbuilt Smokehouses got its start in 1973 and today makes a variety of products and accessories. It makes a variety of electric, propane and charcoal smokers and grills, as well as multiple fryers and cookers.
Direct marketing company that offers some merchandise plus daily sweepstakes and casino-style games. Entry available online, by phone or by mail. Prizes include cash, cars and more. No cost to enter or to win.
Established in 2008, Walkfit LLC makes shoe insert orthotics called WalkFit Platinum, designed to correct the position of your foot to improve posture and reduce foot pain. These orthotics are a featured As Seen on TV brand.
Located in Pennsylvania, American Mint began as a mail-order company in 1998, advertising in newspaper inserts and magazines. It now includes a website to sell items like collectible coins, replicas, knives and other memorabilia.
Napster, formerly known as Rhapsody, is a music streaming service founded in 1999 in Seattle. Napster is a subscription service that allows members to download music, listen to radio stations and more on their PC or mobile device.