Keep it Local with the businesses below!
321 Fort Riley Blvd, Manhattan, KS 66502
Locally Owned and operated, we have over 7,000 scrubs in stock, and more on the way every day!
New sale every Friday
We specalize in Group Sales
Everyday $10 Rack AND a 15-25% off Rack
EMS and Chef Wear Available
Mercy Regional Health Center Employee Discount
All Major Brands and more:
209 Sarber Lane Manhattan, KS 66502
Car Clinic Inc. began operation in 1980 as an independent automotive and light truck repair facility. We are proud that our customers come from the Manhattan area, Fort Riley, K-State, and travelers alike. We service all makes and models of vehicles.
NAPA Auto Parts
Find quality parts for your automobiles, heavy trucks, and ag equipment at NAPA Auto Parts in Manhattan. Locally owned and operated, the team at NAPA will help you find the right parts the first time. If they don’t have it they will get it. Go south on Juliette and right on Fair Lane. 719 Fort Riley Blvd.
241 Johnson Rd, Manhattan, KS 66052
In August of 1986, Mid-America Piano sprouted from a small seed. With 3 used pianos, a 900 square foot warehouse and a worn-out church van he bought at an auction, Dan Murphy started Mid-America Piano in his hometown of Manhattan, Kansas. Intent on locating quality, affordable pianos for the local community, family and friends, Dan set out on his quest.
Word quickly spread that Mid-America Piano was the place to shop for quality, selection, value and customer service. As the business has grown, these established criteria have never changed.
Over 27 years later, we are proud of our hard-earned reputation as one of the best places in the country to find quality pianos at affordable prices. Families and individuals, beginners and professionals, churches and schools… thousands of satisfied customers are our best advertisement.
Howie’s Trash Service
625 S 10th St.
Residential Trash Service
About Howie’s Recycling, Inc.
Howie’s Recycling, Inc. was founded in 1984 by Howard, Joann, and Greg Wilson. The Wilsons started their business with 4 Golden Goats (machines that buy aluminum cans) and a trash truck. In 1985 Howie’s Recycling, Inc. decided to concentrate all of its efforts in the recycling business and opened their first recycling center in May of 1986.
Addition of Residential and Commerical Trash Services to Serve Manhattan, Ogden, Keats
In May 2008 Howie’s Recycling, Inc. added a residential trash and commercial trash services to its business. They currently run 2 frontload and 1 rear-load trash trucks and service Manhattan, Ogden, and Keats.
Howie’s currently has 8 full time employees and several part-time employees. However, Howard, Joann, and Greg Wilson still do a lot of the work themselves. Howie’s is a family-owned business that has been built on a reputation of hard work and great service.
In March 2010, Howie’s Recycling, Inc. added optional curbside recycling services for its residential and commercial customers.
Come see us – you won’t be disappointed; our family looks forward to serving your family!
320 N. 3rd Street – Next to Best Buy
Named the top ice cream and frozen dessert franchise in the United States by Entrepreneur magazine’s 35th annual Franchise 500® ranking, Baskin-Robbins is the world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty shops. Baskin-Robbins creates and markets innovative, premium ice cream, specialty frozen desserts and beverages, providing quality and value to consumers at nearly 7,000 retail shops in nearly 50 countries. Baskin-Robbins was founded in 1945 by two ice cream enthusiasts whose passion led to the creation of more than 1,000 ice cream flavors and a wide variety of delicious treats.
2121 Meadowlark Road Manhattan, KS 66502
Founded in 1980 by a group of local citizens who wanted a better living option for older adults in Manhattan, Kansas, Meadowlark Hills is recognized worldwide for its new approach to retirement living. Here, residents live life according to their own schedules, passions and pastimes, and are given the respect and privacy that every person wants and deserves.
Welcome home to Meadowlark Hills.
D & I Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning
1608 Fair Lane
Established in 1992
We are a family owned, locally owned and operated company that runs our business with the principles of honesty, integrity and quality workmanship.
Our team of talented technicians provides service, installation, repairs and sales for major brands of air conditioning and heating systems. Our employees are continually attending the most current training classes to keep up on this ever changing field. This allows us to offer the best products and services available to our customers. Take advantage of our experience and expertise by contacting D & I Plumbing, Heating & Air, Inc., today!
For a home or office that’s not too hot or too cold — but just right — call D & I Plumbing, Heating & Air, Inc.
Call today for a professional consultation with a member of our team.
325 Southwind Pl., Manhattan, KS 66503
Pfeifley Jewelers is a family owned business, that was established in 1972 by Rick Pfeifley. The store was created for bridal and jewelry fashion of many kinds for the surrounding area of Manhattan, Kansas. Pfeifley’s is a leader in custom jewelry in northeast Kansas. We strive on our customer service and jewelry expertise. Our services include:
-Pandora – largest Pandora selection in the surrounding area
-Watches and watch repair
-Custom Jewelry – CAD/CAM services bridal, championship rings, signet rings, pendants, earrings and more
-Awards and Engraving
-Buy and sell gold
Shopping local creates jobs– local shops create local employment and self-employment. These people in turn spend in the local economy.
Local independent shops invest more in our communities– local businesses are proportionally more generous in their support of local charities, schools, and community events. Supporting local shops means a financial contribution to your community.
Local shops sell great products at affordable prices– some people get out of the habit of shopping locally and are then surprised by the range of products available.
Shopping locally maintains our communities– people don’t like losing shops and services in small towns but don’t equate this with how they spend their money.
Local shops value your business more– people receive better care and service locally. These businesses survive by their reputation and repeat business, which means you get a higher standard of service.