Shirlee’s Recommends

Local Businesses We Love

Friends share the names of people, places and businesses they like. Our Business Display helps you learn about fellow members who have businesses or services.

We’d also like to let you know about some of the local businesses we have used and recommend.  Check back soon.  We hope you find this networking page a useful resource.


Shirlee’s website is edited and designed by Claremont resident Kim Peasley, a freelance writer and designer for print and web whose portfolio can be seen at She also designed the Shirlee’s postcards. Kim is a Shirlee’s member who first joined The Spa in 1998.

Blinds Etc in Upland did a fantastic job in installing quality blinds in Shirlee’s Fitness Club for Women. This local company both builds and installs Designer Blinds and Shutters at Factory Low Prices. Blinds Etc. offers FREE in home consultations as well as FREE, professional installation. You can visit the factory showroom at 1935 West 11th Street Suite C in Upland. Call 909 931-1660 or visit

Passion fur Pets. Pets need pampering. If your pooch or kitty friend is in need of a little love and care, check out this locally owned and operated mobile grooming business. A husband and wife team with more than four decades of experience in professional grooming is devoted to keeping your pets healthy, clean, and beautiful! Services are provided in a state-of-the-art mobile pet spa right at your doorstep.


Sherwood Florist makes a personal commitment to creating long-term relationships with customers. This florist provides the beautiful arrangements you see in Shirlee’s Fitness Club. Their motto: “Your satisfaction is our Number One priority, not just because it’s our job, but because we care.” Sherwood chooses the freshest, highest quality flowers and their shop has a professional and caring staff to serve all your floral needs.

Hometime Window in Upland specializes in the manufacture and professional installation of quality energy efficient vinyl windows and sliding glass patio doors sold “directly” to the homeowner.