Business in brief: Credit union pays ENSP $1,500 – The Daily Reporter


Pictured, L-R: James Abbett, Business Development Officer for Indiana Members Credit Union; Al Cooper, athletic director of New Palestine High School; and Joe Amick, branch manager of IMCU’s Eastside branch.

NEW PALESTINE – Indiana Members Credit Union recently presented a check for $1,500 to schools in New Palestine as part of an ongoing school debit card and sponsorship program. The partnership allows New Palestine fans to show off their school spirit and support the sports program by signing up for a New Palestine Dragons-themed debit card. Every time the card is used as a signature-based transaction, New Palestine Athletics benefits. The more cards used, the greater the contribution. Since the program began in 2018, New Palestine High School has earned $4,500 through the donation program.

Recognized real estate agents

GREENFIELD — FC Tucker Greenfield sales associates were recently honored for their achievements in 2021 at the FC Tucker Company’s annual awards banquet in Indianapolis.

Roy Wilson received five awards: Associate of the Year, Non-Licensed Team Member; Tucker Associates Top 10, no licensed team member; Leading Sales Producer, without a licensed team member; Platinum Producer, no licensed crew member; and closed production with sales of over $33 million.

The Ben & Rita Realty Group received three awards: Top Sales Producer, with Licensed Crew Member; Platinum Producer, with Licensed Crew Member; and closed production with sales of over $22 million.

President’s Club, new members include Becky Hibbert, The Ben & Rita Realty Group and Roy Wilson.

A Front Porch Real Estate Greenfield Sales Associate was also honored for her accomplishments in 2021. Joy Olson was recognized as a Leading Sales Producer, with no licensed team member.

Front Porch Real Estate became part of the FC Tucker family in 2021.

App connects companies to host families

INDIANAPOLIS — A new mobile app shows how businesses can get involved to support children and foster families by offering discounts on helpful products and services.

The “Foster Friendly” mobile app is an ad-free platform for businesses and foster families. More than 80 shopping locations are already available on the app, including offers such as 10% to 25% off food purchases and other family recreational activities. The app’s other offerings include retail shopping, auto detailing services, fitness memberships, real estate, and tax preparation services. Local resources such as foster closets and church ministries supporting foster parents are also included.


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