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ALSIP RESTORATION INC.
masonry

tuckpointing, cailking, brickwork,limestone

http://alsiprestoration.com
773 407-4037
ALSIP SQUARE LAUNDROMAT
COIN LAUNDRY

SELF SERVICE COIN LAUNDROMAT

708-385-1331
Basic Talk

BasicTalk is exactly what it sounds like: everything you want in a home phone service, nothing you don't. BasicTalk uses your existing high-speed internet connection to give you unlimited calling and quality home phone service you can count on.

http://www.basictalk.com
866-548-2228
BLH Computers
Used computer sales, E-waste recycling, computer repair

History
BLH Computers, Inc. was founded by an informal group with years of industry experience. The company was formed to provide a source for used computers and parts at reasonable prices. Our main store, located in the scenic city of Springfield, IL, houses a 26 bay onsite repair facility, 20,000 sq. ft. warehouse, complete deconstruction and recycling facilities, as well as our shipping and corporate offices. We also have locations in Jacksonville, IL, Taylorville, IL, Alsip, IL, and Decatur, IL.

Today everything BLH Computers recycles stays in North America. Nothing is sent overseas. All data is safely destroyed, hard drives are wiped using Department of Defense standards or destroyed in a shredder. At any given time our warehouse contains thousands of computers, laptops, monitors, and printers. We provide computers and parts through a retail format as well as on-site computer repair and networking. Through our “give back to the community program” over $100,000 in computers has been donated to local churches, schools and charities. We are environmentally responsible with our computers; actively recycling non-working units to prevent them from going to landfills. In the past six years BLH has recycled over 8 million pounds of e-waste

We are constantly expanding our scope, seeking new sources and innovative approaches to recycling. If you, or your organization, possess surplus or outdated technology, and wish to dispose of it in a secure and environmentally responsible manner, we would welcome an opportunity to discuss you needs. Please visit our recycling page for more information, or call 217-585-1580. If you, or your organization, are in need of inexpensive computer alternatives, Contact us for more information on this and other cost effective solutions.

http://blhcomputers.com/
7089262418
Busy Bee Fence
fence installation

fence installation-materials & labor

708-597-5776
Century 21 Affiliated-Aki Kladis
Full Service Real Estate Services

Over 20 years serving the Alsip area and surrounding Suburbs as a Century 21 Realtor

http://www.akiskladis.com
708-601-2748
Eastwood

4141 W 124th Pl, Alsip, IL 60803

The Early Days...

Like a lot of high school kids, Curt Strohacker worked in a service station to earn some spending money, but he also repaired cars in his free time, buying and selling countless vehicles, and learning valuable lessons about restoration. As the market for automotive refurbishing began to take off in the 1970s, Curt realized that proper tools and techniques could save enthusiasts like him time and money.

So in the fall of 1978, Curt launched a business to better serve the burgeoning market of auto restoration and customization hobbyists, and he called it Eastwood.

The first Eastwood catalog was eight black-and-white pages of metal-finishing tools and equipment, and with continued success in the early ’80s, Curt took the catalog’s operation into a professional list house, and 5,000 copies of the catalog were distributed annually. In addition to catalog marketing, Eastwood also sold its line of products directly to restorers at select car shows.

In August 1983, both the Mercedes and BMW car clubs unexpectedly endorsed an Eastwood Car Wash Brush—sales multiplied and the staff soon doubled. The development of the Eastwood Spot-Weld Gun, a tool which duplicates the industrial spot-welds found on virtually every metal-bodied car, proved even more fortunate for the growing retailer.

At that time, most of Eastwood’s new business came from magazine ads in about a dozen publications. By the end of 1985, company advertisements appeared in over 50 magazines, including Hot Rod, Car Craft, and Popular Mechanics. In light of this, the catalog prospered as well, comprising 96 pages with a four-color cover in its 1986 iteration, which reached over 100,000 auto restorers bimonthly. As the company prepared to move into the new decade, Eastwood’s customer file quickly grew to over a half-million auto restoration and customization enthusiasts.

A Leader in Innovation – Better than Paint

Eastwood’s own HotCoat® Powder Coating System revolutionized home workshops starting in 1997. By bringing an economical and easy-to-use powder-coating system into the garage, Eastwood had given hobbyists a superior alternative to paint; powder-coating produced a more durable and attractive finish which easily lent itself to custom work. In September 1998, Eastwood received the Pennsylvania Governor’s Award for “Environmental Excellence”, recognizing the low environmental impact of the HotCoat® system. In 1999, the Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) awarded HotCoat® the “Best New Product” for that year.

In 2003, Eastwood introduced its English Wheel and Planishing Hammer, enabling a wider audience to access high-end metal-shaping tools. Since Eastwood’s Research & Development Department emphasized economical manufacturing processes, it allowed them to offer both of these tools to its customers for under $1,000, an achievement which the ARMO acknowledged with a 2004 “People’s Choice” award.

Expansion and Growth

Recognizing the efficiency and potential of the Internet for improved customer interaction, Eastwood launched separate websites for its tool catalog and its HotCoat® powder-coating products. Those early sites contained information about new products and promotions, in addition to providing potential new customers with the opportunity to request an Eastwood catalog. Also, Eastwood stocked the site with technical articles relating to its most popular products, as well as “How To” tips.

Beginning in January 1999, the sites also allowed customers to order all the products, integrating purchasing systems from a secure site. In order to further increase efficiency and simplicity, the HotCoat® site and tool site were both combined into the revamped, full-service, ecommerce website, Eastwood.com, you’re visiting right now.

Though online retail has become increasingly prominent, Eastwood continues to publish a monthly, full-size catalog containing quality tools and supplies vital for all facets of restoration and custom work.

In November 1999, the company broke ground to build a cutting-edge headquarters, warehouse, and retail store facility northeast of Philadelphia, in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Following an aggressive, eight-month construction project, Eastwood completely relocated to Pottstown in July 2000.

Eastwood Looks to the Future of Restoration and Customization

Since its inception, Eastwood recognizes that change constantly takes place in the marketplace, and so strives to stay abreast of these developments by placing customer satisfaction at the forefront. In recent years, the market for automotive hobbyists has expanded beyond the “classics”, and Eastwood has seen increased requests for products geared towards muscle cars, street rods, trucks and motorcycles. The explosion of the sport tuner hobby has demanded products which emphasize ease-of-use and variety, as customizers strive to make their vehicles truly unique. In response, the company has continued to be an industry pioneer, adding innovative, high-quality products to its line. For example, the HotCoat® system now allows for the powder-coating of larger parts, and in a huge array of colors and finishes. Eastwood continues to prove its dedication to offering unique solutions to the challenges facing restoration and customization enthusiasts, and this devotion will ensure its place in the community.

http://www.eastwood.com
Exede Satellite Internet

Exede is the leading satellite internet provider. We have over 1.1 million customers, including many in your area. Satellite is a great option for people without cable internet wiring, or who just want an alternative to the cable company

http://www.exede.com
855-627-2553
Gigpromoters

Gigpromoters is a gig promotion company based in San Francisco, CA since 2013. Our mission is to provide gig creation and promotion services for gig owners and small to mid size businesses. Gigpromoters currently serves worldwide with its headquarters in SA, California. The company delivers its premium service to the small business industry. Gigpromoters has over 100 happy customers and promotes over 1000 prosperous gigs across the World Wide Web. For more information about our products and services visit www.gigpromoters.com or write to us at gigpromoters (@) gmail dot com. Get our latest updates via twitter @gigpromoters.

GigPromoters
925-282-5325
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