JAWS (Just Add Water System) products are used to clean the United States' nuclear submarines. Bruce Yacko, creator of the system, notes that if JAWS is the chosen cleaner for the close quarters of a submerged submarine, JAWS can safely -- and effectively -- clean your home and outdoor appliances, as well. The line includes cleaners for windows, wood floors, showers and kitchens. This is a good time of year to use the kitchen cleaner to degrease your backyard grill to get it ready for the Fourth of July. JAWS is available at Discount Drug Marts and online. Bruce is doing an online promotion this week for our listeners who use the promo code Andy. You receive all four products including two cartridges of each cleaner, four spray bottles and free shipping. Not only that, you'll have the peace of mind to know that you're using products that are safe for your children, your pets and, of course, yourself.
It's also important to choose safe and effective products for your personal care. Shane Rorrer of the Aveda Experience Center at Summit Mall in Fairlawn, has been in the beauty business for 10 years. He decided to join Aveda three years ago because he preferred using chemical-free products when working with clients. Shane not only gives great facials, he gives his clients the knowledge to make themselves look and feel better every day. Call him at 330.835.3509 for a free 20-minute facial. The Aveda Experience Center is located off the food court in the middle of the mall, 3265 W. Market St. in Akron.For information about Aveda products, visit the website.
Kim Gruenenfelder is the author of five romantic comedy books, the latest of which is Love the Wine You're With. The brand-new novel, published just last week, is about three women friends who decide to open a wine bar and, likely, also jettison the men in their lives. Kim's books are available on Amazon, at The Learned Owl in Hudson and at other independent bookstores, and at Barnes & Noble. To find out more, visit Kim on Facebook or on her website.
Dashiel Rowland is the 19-year-old son of Lisa DeBenedictis, who is one of our regular guests. Like Kim, she's an author and screenwriter. Lisa also is justifiably proud of her son, who began his performing career at 3 years old when the family was living in Los Angeles. As a kid, Dashiel played with the likes of B.B. King and Eric Clapton, and he impressed legendary music producer Quincy Jones. Listen to some of his music by searching Dashiel on SoundCloud.