Business Briefs – July 24

Love INC to host bowling night

GREENFIELD — Love in the Name of Christ of Greater Hancock County is sponsoring a bowling night Saturday, Aug. 15.

The Bowl for Love INC event will run from 4 to 8 p.m. that day at Strike Force Lanes, 1539 W. Main St.

Lane sponsorship costs $50. For information, visit

Walk for Chocolate set downtown

GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce will play host to a Walk for Chocolate event Aug. 14.

The event is a fundraiser and costs $15 per person. It’s scheduled for 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in downtown Greenfield.

For tickets or more information, visit

Deceptive letters prompt scam warning

INDIANAPOLIS — Secretary of State Connie Lawson recently announced that some Indiana businesses have received deceptive letters that appear to come from the office’s business services division.

Two types of letters are being sent, officials in her office said.

One letter solicits a $125 annual fee and states that it will be used for record-keeping purposes and processing of the company’s annual minutes. This letter cites state law at the beginning of the document and states it originates from Indiana Council for Corporations, which might be confused for a government agency. The return address on the letter is a P.O. Box in Speedway.

The other letter is similar but it asks for a $150 fee and originates from the Division of Corporate Services. Its return address is in Zionsville.

Lawson said similar letters have been sent during the past few years.

“Earlier this year, letters were sent during tax season, when people were busy and may not have had time to read each document they receive. Now, they may be targeting businesses during the end of the fiscal year, when companies are once again busy,” she said.

“I urge everyone to use caution and to be on the lookout for these letters,” she added.

The office is concerned about the letters because business owners might believe responding to it substitutes the need for filing a business entity report, which is required by law.

The office no longer sends report filing notices by mail.

For more information, contact the business services division by calling 317-232-6576.

Keihin to sponsor Greenfield Night at Indians game

INDIANAPOLIS — Keihin is sponsoring Greenfield Night at the Indianapolis Indians baseball game Aug. 1.

The Indians take on the Charlotte Knights, and the game begins at 7:05 p.m.

Box seats cost $15, and reserved seats are on sale for $12.

Tickets may be purchased at the Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce building, One Courthouse Plaza, Greenfield.