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  • Visit a Christmas wonderland on Post Road

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Walk through the doors of the Post Road English Garden and you are surrounded by Christmas!   There are thousands of ornaments, pictures, lights and displays. “I like it because our customers are great.  They walk through that front door and they are in awe every year because we change things every year.  It’s just beautiful,” said Nancy Barnard, a salesperson for Post Road English Garden. Barnard works at Post Road English Garden and Lisa Schwier owns it.  Schwier sees […]

  • Visit these top Indianapolis attractions during the holiday season

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis is full of traditional holiday attractions.  Some have been around for years and others are brand new. Jingle Rails at the Eiteljorg Museum is one of those attractions that’s been around for a while, but it changes every year. “Our model trains start here in Indianapolis and they take you on a quest for the west.  Each little train goes through a very detailed scene that’s made out of natural material and is great fun to […]

  • Top tips for saving on holiday travel

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Many Americans say it’s the most wonderful time of the year —unless you’re traveling during the holidays! If you want to spend less time and money, the simplest step is: don’t procrastinate! “About two months before the holidays, prices start to really jump. And of course, the closer you get to the holiday, the more expensive it will be, so don’t put off getting a ticket for travel,” said consumer savings expert Andrea Woroch. Another method you should definitely […]

  • ‘Airbnb for RVs?’ Service lets you rent RVs, make money on the side by renting yours out

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –  It’s described as “Airbnb for RV owners and renters.” The service is called RVshare and it’s available here in central Indiana. “We take one family trip to Florida in our RV. Then two or three other weekends we mark out for other trips for ourselves.  But other than that, it’s available for rent on RVshare,” said RV owner Michael Nance. Nance made more than $10,000 renting out his RV last year for just 90 days.  That more than […]

  • How to start a fundraiser for a nonprofit group

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Do you ever have a great cause you want to raise money for, but have no clue how to do it? Many in central Indiana are in the same boat. Often people go at it alone, but there’s a workshop on Oct. 17 at 6 p.m. at the East 38th Street Library in Indianapolis to help out. “People who come to the workshop can figure out which fundraising strategies could potentially work for them. We also discuss what a sample […]

  • Boosterville makes local fundraising easier with new program

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Most people remember selling magazines or candy at one point in their life to raise money for a local program or sports team.  It can be time consuming and often times much of the money doesn’t go toward your goal, charity or team. But, there’s a local program that’s aiming to change that.  It’s called Boosterville.  It’s a fundraising program that connects cause driven buyers with businesses to raise funds for their favorite non-profit.  Those non-profits include things […]

  • Best bets for buying jewelry

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Are you thinking about getting hitched, or maybe you’re looking to buy a jewelry gift? If so, education first is key to getting a good deal and good service. “When I first came here I didn’t know anything about diamonds. I mean I didn’t even know how to hold a loop. I didn’t understand what an inclusion was and all these words they used,” said customer Jay Gagne. Now, Jay and his wife are almost regulars at […]

  • ‘Stretching your dollar’ with end of summer deals

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind —  We are still in the middle of summer, but there are already end of the summer deals available.  As you might expect, this is also the best time of year for parents to shop for school supplies. But here’s a tip you may not have heard:  Don’t load up on a years worth of school supplies! “Many of us feel the need to buy everything at one time, but if you spread out your purchases over a […]

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    Market Wagon, Local Products Delivered

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s a great way to get locally produced food and products delivered, and have fresh picked freshness.  Market Wagon serves customers and provides local growers a place to sell their products quickly and easily. “We love it as we sell all kinds of items including this gazpacho which is loaded with vegetables, tomatoes, cucumbers, red peppers, cilantro, garlic, and it also doubles as a great bloody mary mix,” said Peter Courtney, Co-Owner Movable Feast. Market Wagon has all […]

  • Home project savings, including DIY projects for inside and outside

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This is the time of year, many homeowners transition from garden work, to DIY projects, inside and outside.  If you’re building your own fire pit, or putting in pavers, there’s a new product that could cut down on  preparation time.  It’s the Polypropylene Paver Base Panel.  It may be hard to say, but it’s actually very easy to use. “This can replace digging down half a foot, and pouring in all that base material.  With this one, you skim […]