Best of Washtenaw 2017 – Cool Pros

. June 1, 2017.
BOW17-FEATURE

BEST OF WASHTENAW MAIN PAGE

Real Estate Agent:

Julie Fischer, RE/MAX PLATINUM
6870 Grand River Ave, Brighton
810-227-4600 | brightonhomesweethome.com
Runner-up: Tyler Weston, Ypsi Real Estate

Bank/Credit Union:

University of Michigan Credit Union
Runner-up: Bank of Ann Arbor

Professor:

Sarah Messer, University of Michigan
Runner-up: Nic Terrenato, University of Michigan

Lawyer:

Wilson P. Tanner III, PLC
117 N 1st St #104
734-997-0000 | wptanner.com
Runner-up: William Farah PLLC

Optometrist:

Bennett Optometry
117 S Main St
734-665-5306 | bennettoptometry.com
Runner-up: Stadium Opticians

Dentist:

Kevin Sloan, DDS (Ann Arbor Dental Care)
450 S Wagner Rd
734-668-8420 | annarbordentalcare.com
Runner-up: Choice Dental

Doctor:

Dr. Jane Klaes, IHA
3200 W Liberty Rd, #C
734-761-2581 | ihacares.com
Runner-up: Pam Rockwell

Plastic Surgeon:

Ann Arbor Plastic Surgery
2300 Washtenaw #100
734-913-5100 | annarborplasticsurgery.com
Runner-Up: Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Paul Izenberg

Veterinarian:

Affordable Vet Services
2117 W Stadium Blvd
734-926-0114 | affordablevetservices.com
Runner-up: Huron Valley Humane society

Travel Agent:

Conlin Travel, Inc.
3270 Washtenaw Ave
734-677-0900 | conlintravel.com

Alternative Health Care:

The Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor
3610 W Liberty Rd
734-302-7575 | thenutritionalhealingcenter.com
Runner-up: The Green Door

Chiropractor:

Borer Family Chiropractic
210 W Michigan Ave, Saline
734-944-7200 | borerchiro.com
Runner-up: Michael Meath, Ann Arbor Chiropractic Wellness Center

Budtender:

Trisha Stevens, Bloom City Club
423 Miller Ave
734-585-0621 | bloomcityclub.com
Runner-up: Betsy Furujhelm, Greenstone Society

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  • radiosharklasers

    I see you got most racist budtender on there – Betsy! Everyone says she got fired from there because she called another budtender the N word.

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