Sun Polymers started in 1994 as a small plant in Fort Wayne, Indiana with two small reactors. Their products include powder coating resins and solid acrylic resins.
We developed the first-ever website Indy Fireworks. They wanted an “in your face” design.
The Avon Band is based out of Avon High School in Indiana and is renowned for the incredible musical performances that make it one of the premier programs in the United States.
Forest Commodities is a manufacturer and distributor, specializing in quality mulches, playground surfacing and many extensive lines of exquisite hardscape products for the landscape and recreation industry. Their manufacturing facility is situated on 100 acres in south central Indiana.
Revival Recreation makes it happen. No stress. No hassles. We believe time spent in the woods is what the world needs and we want to revive a love of camping in your life.
Outdoor Solutions is a lawn care company based out of Mooresville, Indiana and offers their services to the surrounding areas. They are experts in lawn weed and feed treatments, so they can take good care of your lawn. With Outdoor Solutions, you won’t see strangers working in your lawn – instead you’ll see neighbors and local professionals you can trust.
For over 40 years Utterback Supply has provided the highest quality fastening and connecting systems. Utterback Supply was established in 1967 to distribute mechanical fasteners to the truck and trailer industry in Indianapolis.
Indy Edge Works is a blade sharpening and honing service in Indianapolis, Indiana. Their master sharpener uses a combination of Japanese whetstones in combination with the Edge Pro System to put a polished edge on blades.
Linda Sammaritan is an author and blogger who focuses on the middle grade historical novel series, World Without Sound – the story of her deaf sister and her family. Her themes are about God’s love and providence.
The Hendricks County Historical Museum is located in the former Sheriff’s Residence and jail. Built in 1866 at an approximate cost of $30,000, it served as the county jail until 1974. The building is owned and maintained by the county. The museum staff is responsible for the contents and display of the collections.
Jen Brhel is a self-taught artist based in Northeast Ohio. She specialized in pencil portraits and cartoon art. As a little girl, Jen would sit and watch her grandfather draw. As soon as she could hold a pencil, she started creating her own art.