6 Ways That Online Marketing Can Grow Your Business

Advertising and marketing your business can be an expensive process, which is why many business owners rely on word of mouth to promote their businesses. While this can be effective, it will take a while to build up your clientele with this approach. Online marketing can deliver impressive results on a small budget if planned and performed effectively. Consider these benefits of growing your business with online marketing: Sometimes it can be difficult to track your return on investment using

15 Inspiring Brochure Designs That Stand Out From The Crowd – The Flocksy Blog

Brochures are a versatile marketing option for businesses from retailers to museums. A well-designed document shows why a company is special and why prospective customers should spend their money there. It’s an instant opportunity to put your best foot forward, snagging readers’ attention and their desire to find what’s missing in their lives, whether it’s a product, a service, or something more intangible, like luxury. Keep reading to see 15 brochures that think outside the tri-fold.


Land of .3 acres and 3,100-square-foot building included in donation GALVESTON, IN DECEMBER 24, 2021 – Pride Investment Partners, a real estate and private equity investment company based in Greenfield, Indiana, recently donated land and a building worth nearly $50,000 to the town of Galveston. The site, at 306 S. California Street in Galveston, contains .3 acres of land and a building measuring 3,100 square feet, according to Keith White, partner with the company. Pride Investment Partners ow

Leo’s Market and Eatery employees donate $2,595 to animal shelter

GREENFIELD – Leo’s Market and Eatery employees are using their hard-earned money to support furry friends in need of a home. Through a voluntary paycheck contribution program, employees gathered $2,595 and voted to contribute the funds to the Hancock County Humane Society, a no-kill, non-profit animal shelter operating in the county since 1977. Some $9,800 has been donated to several county nonprofit organizations through the Pride’s Purpose community enrichment fund. This is the third such ev

Leo’s Market and Eatery employees donate $5,800 to local nonprofits

Left: Leo’s Market and Eatery employees present a check for $2,900 to Mental Health Partners of Hancock County; right: Leo’s Market and Eatery employees present a check for $2,900 to The Landing Place. GREENFIELD, INDIANA – Employees of Leo’s Market and Eatery on Tuesday donated some $5,800 to two local nonprofits through a paycheck contribution program. Through compiled weekly donations, employees provided $2,900 each to The Landing Place and Mental Health Partners of Hancock County during th

NOT FORGOTTEN: On 50th anniversary of man's combat death in Vietnam, loved ones gather

A happy-go-lucky child and young man, Huger got along with everyone and was usually making people laugh within minutes of meeting them. That’s the man his friends and family gathered to remember on Sunday evening, the 50th anniversary of his death in combat in South Vietnam. Phelps was 22 when he died. "If you ever met him and he didn’t make you laugh, you didn’t have a sense of humor at all," said Patti Schinbeckler, who was 20 years old with a five-month-old son when a Naval officer came to

A new purpose: Cancer and stroke survivor finds a calling in spreading hope

GREENFIELD — At her lowest, Mary Beth Sifferlen prayed to die. Homebound and partially paralyzed by a series of strokes after surgeries to remove two brain tumors, Sifferlen felt she’d lost who she was: an outgoing, talkative wife, mother and nurse. If she couldn’t be any of those things, who was she, other than a burden on her husband and two sons? she thought in dark moments. On Thursday, Sifferlen, 52, graduated from physical therapy treatments at Hancock Regional Hospital, where she has wo

Service to country

HANCOCK COUNTY — As soon as the first tower fell, Paul Norton knew everything had changed forever. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Paul Norton was working at the United States Postal Service state headquarters in Indianapolis in 2001 and serving as a reservist in the Air National Guard. He was just starting his day on Sept. 11, 2001, when someone turned on the TV to show the scene of the north tower of the World Trade Center smoking from the wreckage of American Airlines Flight 11, which hijackers

Paths to recovery: Those who suffered from addiction use stories to help others through recovery

GREENFIELD — Connie Keck clung to her big sister growing up, latching on the way a child does when she doesn’t know where else to turn. Their mother was addicted to gambling, gone more often than not, out chasing a good day. She left for good when Keck turned 12. Keck’s father took off for Florida a few years later, leaving the girls behind. Keck of Greenfield remembers those early years, when she’d tag along with her sister and her teenage friends, drink a beer or smoke a joint to fit in. For

Threads of a legacy

HANCOCK COUNTY — In a screened-in porch drenched with natural light sits the loom. Possibly built as early as the 1860s, the beams of the rocker-arm barn beam loom have been rubbed soft with the wear of gentle hands moving across it countless times. It’s here where Thelma Ford of Greenfield feels closest to her mother and grandmother. As she weaves fabric strips, pulling the rocker arm forward to tuck each row tightly, her feet working the pedals below, the effort turns into a soothing rhythm.