Business briefs – December 22

Area residents new owners of local business

GREENFIELD — Tyler and Kelli Edon of Greenfield announce they are the new owners of Signarama, the local source for signs, banners, window graphics, vehicle graphics, and more. The store is located at 842 S. State St., Greenfield. They and their staff are looking forward to working with new and existing clients in central Indiana. To learn more, call 317-477-2400 or contact

Coworking space plans New Year’s Eve benefit

GREENFIELD — Collaborate 317, a coworking and networking office space, will hold a benefit for the Hope Center Indy on New Year’s Eve.

The event will be held 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dec. 31 at Collaborate 317, 4202 N. EMS Blvd., Suite 180, Greenfield. Tickets, which are $75 or $125 per couple, include two drinks, a heavy appetizer buffet and a silent auction to benefit the Hope Center Indy.

Hope Center Indy, a 25-acre campus in Indianapolis, helps women who were in the human trafficking system to develop personally and professionally to help prevent re-victimization, according to the nonprofit’s website.

Music will be performed by blues/jazz vocalist Tad Robinson and his 7-piece band. Dancing and formal wear are encouraged. To purchase tickets, call 317-318-8355 or email

Opening available on the McCordsville Redevelopment Commission

MCCORDSVILLE — Are you interested in helping the town’s economic development efforts? The McCordsville Redevelopment Commission has an opening for one member beginning in January. Currently, the RDC is working with a consultant to begin the visioning and stakeholder process for a Town Center. They recently completed an overhaul of the Economic Development Plan and rolled out a new “Next Stop McCordsville” website, which features business-related issues. The RDC looks for ways to provide economic development and redevelopment within the town. If interested, please fill out the Committee Volunteer application and return to Tonya Galbraith at