Business Briefs – January 22

● Insurance agent receives sales award

GREENFIELD — Tim Barnett, an agent with Shelter Insurance, recently received an award from the company for leading the state in sales during a recent campaign.

John Fentress, regional manager for Shelter Insurance, presented the award to Barnett on Jan. 12.

Barnett has worked for Shelter Insurance of Greenfield, 222 N. State St., for 29 years.

● Car wash business opens in Greenfield

GREENFIELD — Dave’s Super Car Care, 1749 W. Main St., is now open in Greenfield.

The car wash is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays.

The business is offering an opening special; customers can receive half off a monthly subscription for unlimited car washes, which range between $30 and $70 a month depending on the services offered.

Individual washes start at $9.

The company plans to open a concession stand at the end of the January. It will offer hamburgers, onion rings, french fries, hot dogs and ice cream.

For more information, call 317-477-5823.

● Chamber seeks award nominations

GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for the annual Community Walk of Fame awards dinner.

Nominations are being accepted for:

•Businessman of the year

•Businesswoman of the year

•Community hero

•Nonprofit Community Service of the Year

•Entrepreneurial spirit

•Chamber service

•Chamber champion

Nomination forms and more information about the awards can be found on the organization’s website, greenfieldcc.org.