The men and women of Michigan City Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram are a hardworking crew, as anyone who has been through their doors to find their dream car can attest to.
In a growing economy, many people tend to overlook an advantageous opportunity that they see every day. Fast-food restaurants provide steady income and a launching pad for thousands of careers each year. In fact, careers in fast food often provide workers many more opportunities for growth and advancement than many realize. The opportunities earned by those on the other side of the counter have endless benefits.
Holladay Properties's Mike Micka, Vice President of Development, Continues His Passion for Real Estate In New Leadership Role
Few companies play as much a part in shaping the face of Northwest Indiana as Holladay Properties. By offering services like design, construction, development, and management, the company provides businesses and organizations across the Region with a one-stop shop for real estate solutions. Holladay is built on excellent leadership by people like Mike Micka, their Vice President of Development.
McShane’s is a family business with nearly a century’s worth of history, and they’ve seen a lot of change over the years.
1st Source Corporation (NASDAQ: SRCE), parent company of 1st Source Bank, announces important investments in its people as a result of record performance in 2017 and new tax legislation opportunities. These new investments include the following:
McColly Real Estate has been awarded the Website Quality Certification (WQC) from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, a global community of more than 565 high quality independent real estate firms in 65 countries. The certification was presented in recognition of excellence in website design, content and functionality.
The Greater La Porte Economic Development Corporation (GLEDC) and the Economic Development Corporation Michigan City (EDCMC) have completed the 2017-2019 Economic Development Community Investment Campaign. The three year goal of $500,000 was surpassed and represents over a 25% increase in the previous goal of $400,000 during the 2014-2016 goal. A total of 88 organizations pledged to the Campaign at various levels of investments which included yearly commitments of $10,000, $5,000, $2,500, $1,000 and other amounts. The Campaign was coordinated by Bob Schaefer of Community Dynamics. “In addition to the significant increase in the amount of new financial investments, the number of Investors grew from 64 to 88”, said Clarence Hulse, Executive Director, EDCMC.
Few things in life are more stressful than a car accident. This is true for both minor fender benders and serious crashes; dealing with insurance companies, rental cars, and of course, repairs. Naturally, people want their problems resolved as quickly and painlessly as possible. That’s why Sauers Buick GMC Collision Center does everything it can to take the stress from managing the aftermath of an accident onto its shoulders, giving customers a quick and easy transition into their newly repaired vehicle.
Laura Ewart is the newly promoted Business Development Consultant for First Trust Credit Union and serves as the new face of First Trust in their unique position offering products and services to small businesses in Northwest Indiana. This emphasis on small business products and services is something that Ewart is excited to be getting into, which is one of the reasons she was chosen for the position.
Staying with a company longer than 5 years has become an anomaly in America, which is why company loyalty is prized so highly these days. The cost of hiring, training, retraining, and covering the lost work load is high for any company. The ability to retain employees has been increasingly desirable in recent years.
Retirement isn’t something that the young think about. Neither is investment. However, as we age, we devote more thought into these things as our age begins to catch up to us. Our own mortality reminds us that we need to plan for a time when we can’t rely on our bodies to make us money, and relying solely on social security is no longer an option if we want to live comfortably.