Google Business View Tour for The Wedding Shoppe – Berkley, MIchigan

Wedding dress shopping is a serious event, shouldn’t you know what you’re getting yourself into? Welcome to The Wedding Shoppe in Berkley, Michigan. Bride-to-be’s can virtually tour this dress store to decide if they’d like to visit to hopefully say yes to a dress! This eliminates wasting any time walking into a store, seeing it’s not for you, and leaving.

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Google Business View Tour for Soggy Doggie – Orion, Michigan

Welcome to Soggy Doggie! It’s a pet grooming business in Orion, MI. Through the Google Business Tour, you can see what it would be like for your dog to be groomed here. From the tubs to the drying stations, Soggy Doggie is ready to wash and groom your pooch! Take the tour below.

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Google Business View Tour for Havens Orthodontics – Imlay City, Michigan

If your business has multiple locations, it’s best to have a Google Business Tour taken at each location. There are often differences in appearance or layout. GBV’s also take you outside to show you the grounds, which can differ from one location to the next. We previously shot a GBV for Havens Orthodontics in their Washington, MI location, and now here is their Imlay City location.

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Google Business View Tour for Havens Orthodontics – Washington, Michigan

We stopped by Havens Orthodontics for a Google Business Tour. This is something all businesses should take advantage of, but especially those in the medical field. It’s a comfortable way for clients to visit your offices virtually before stepping foot inside for their appointment. You can see the waiting area, the exam room, and the individual exam rooms. Take a tour of the beautiful Havens Orthodontics!

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Patricia A. McGarry, DDS – Google Business View – Linden, Michigan

We shot a Google Business View tour of Dr. McGarry’s dental office early in the morning. It is a quaint office in what seemed to be a quiet location. It has a very home-like feel. They even have photographs of their patients up on the wall, members of the “Cavity Free Club,” and a small album of newborns that are yet to have their toothy smiles. For the kids, they have a small area with a few toys, and a little pouch for the Tooth Fairy.

The office was very open, once you made it out of the waiting room. Instead of being shut inside a treatment room, waiting for a hygienist or the doctor, there are no doors that close, so you’re never truly alone or isolated from the people that are taking care of you.

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