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Veterinary Specialty Services (VSS) is a multi-specialty, referral-only practice and emergency hospital committed to providing advanced veterinary care for pets in the greater St. Louis area. It was established in 2004, and a satellite facility opened in 2017. VSS employs more than 200 staff, including doctors, administrators, vet techs, and client service representatives (CSRs).READ MORE
New York Family Dentistry is a Brooklyn-area oral health, orthodontic and cosmetic surgery practice that operates in three locations—soon to be four—and takes pride in being able to provide each and every patient with dental services to achieve their individual needs. Their goal is for their patients to understand the importance of how good oral health contributes to personal well-being.READ MORE
Thrive Studios opened its doors in Santa Barbara, California in 2012. It is a practice that strives to “heal the world one spine at a time.” It is owned by Dr. Brian Johnson, a chiropractor for 21 years, who specializes in Spinal Reflex Analysis, which involves examining the whole body to get to the root cause of any health issues. Dr. Brian’s passion is helping people get the most out of life by assisting them in reaching their full personal potential, which includes having a strong and healthy body.READ MORE
Toyota Pasadena opened its doors over two decades ago. As a family-owned business, everyone who works there strives to make customers feel welcome. They take pride in delivering customer satisfaction built on a solid and trusted relationship.READ MORE
Park West Veterinary Associates is an independent small animal general practice that has been serving the community of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina since 2003. They operate 2 businesses co-located in one building: a wellness, therapy and surgery center, and a boarding and day care facility. The practice employs 45 caretakers, including 7 veterinarians.READ MORE
Businesses and Consumers Adopting Contactless Payments The crisis caused by the coronavirus has resulted in behavioral changes in how we pay for goods and services. The psychological factor of people deeming cash “unsanitary” — coupled with the perceived higher risk of spreading germs when handing over cards and receipts or touching screens and buttons — has business owners searching for solutions that limit physical interactions.READ MORE