Garrison Law Firm, LLC of Indianapolis announced yesterday the launch of their newly website at www.garrisonlegal.com. The new site introduces the attorneys of Garrison Law Firm, LLC and overview of their practice areas.
Monthly Archives: March 2007
Cultural Trail, charter schools and a greener Indianapolis get city’s leaders motivated to inspire, link and lead
Members of the Lacy Leadership Association have formed several volunteer task forces that came about after 200 community leaders – all members of the leadership organization – spent March 1 talking about creating a vision for Indianapolis’ future.
One group formed to discuss charter schools, focusing on public funding, legislation and community impact issues. Others are ready to get involved in the development of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, which will connect downtown neighborhoods through a bike and pedestrian trail. A third group intends to increase Indianapolis’ reputation as a “Healthy, Green City.”
“We asked our members to commit to a day of thinking, imagining and dreaming what Indianapolis can aspire to in the next 10 to 20 years,” said Theresa Farrington Rhodes, executive director of Lacy Leadership Association. “Most people found the event to be inspiring, and many have been motivated to take action.”
It is easy to be inspired when you learn firsthand from a group of business and city leaders, who several years ago joined together to figure out how to transform what once was known as IndyNoPlace to a world-class city. It took dreaming big, a huge leap of faith, and making connections in order to build a football stadium, an urban park and a downtown mall, explained members of the original City Committee. Several members of this group joined LLA members on March 1 to share their key insights. Attendees included Ted Boehm, Jim Browning, Tom King, Ned Lamkin, Louis Mahern, Bob Baxter, and Bill McGowan.
Lacy Leadership Association is developing a white paper based on the forum, which was the first of its kind for Indianapolis’ premier leadership network. LLA will also facilitate further discussions and help connect members who want to get involved.
For more information about LLA visit www.lacyleadership.org.
Theresa Farrington Rhodes
Lacy Leadership Association
phone: (317) 631-6542 ext. 176
fax: (317) 637-7020www.lacyleadership.org
Cairril Mills has a wonderful article in her monthly newsletter regarding creating an experience for your customers. From banks offering Latte with your loan to auto dealerships with playrooms for your kids, many companies large and small are giving customers a reason to come back.
More info can be found on MarketingProfs.com
West Bend Mutual insurance Company, along with Conor Patrick Insurance Services, is pleased to announce that through its Premium Value Award® program, the company awarded $6,185,082 million to its Home and Highway® policyholders in 2006.
On February 2, AV Framing Gallery celebrated a Grand Opening Party for the newest art gallery in Fountain Square.
AV Framing Gallery is a fine art gallery and custom frame shop on Shelby St, just one block south of the fountain with free public parking right across the street.
The Network of Women in Business, Indianapolis’ oldest and largest locally based women’s organization, announced the following programs for the month of April, 2007.
AirFlow Technology, Inc., an Indianapolis based firm providing creative and affordable home comfort solutions, announced today an expansion of their products line. Beginning today they will offer a powered crawl space vent as part of their on-line offerings at www.aftproducts.com.