Category: Business Profile
When Tommy and Christina Thompson had an insurance agency in Shelbyville, people came to them because they needed to buy policies, and they often looked grumpy while doing so.
A large newspaper ad in January, 1959 extended an unusual invitation—to attend an open house at “a completely new, conveniently located, beautifully appointed Funeral Home… You will be pleased with its spacious interior and the detailed provisions we have made for your convenience and comfort.”
Every bride looks forward not only to her wedding, but also to each anniversary that commemorates it as the years go by.
Leesa Richardson, M.D. will never forget the woman who came to her Vein Treatment and Aesthetic Center, 201 Fairfax Ave., with some of the worst varicose veins she has ever seen.
Although it doesn’t have a speaking role, the smoke-belching furnace at Ralphie Parker’s house is a scene-stealer in the 1983 comedy “A Christmas Story.”
With activities and meals that rival those of a cruise ship, The Forum at Brookside might someday weigh anchor from its 40-acre campus and steam down the Ohio River.
Even though wall-to-wall carpeting was the fashion when Tim French was a boy when his mother decided to have their rugs taken up, they found beautiful hardwood floors underneath.
It’s been said that the universe conspires to your thoughts, and for Shawn Beirne, co-owner of Gifthorse, that was certainly the case.