Hoosier Antiques Expo Featured on WISH-TV Indianapolis
- 24 October 2014
- Alex Greenwood
Our friend Jennell Summers from Hoosier Antiques Expo was featured on WISH-TV in Indianapolis Friday.
“All our dealers are required to offer only real, high-quality antiques, ” explains Jennell Summers, Hoosier Antiques Expo.
Hoosier Antiques Expo: Oct. 24 – 25 in the Blue Ribbon Pavilion. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission: $8. For more info: www.hoosierantiquesexpo.com
Quality has been the watchword for the Hoosier Antiques Expo since it started in 1969. The popular show returns to Indianapolis Oct. 24 and 25.
“The key to a good show is to feature high quality pieces with a mix of genres and periods,” show owner Nancy Miller said.
Doors open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Blue Ribbon Pavilion at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, located at 1202 East 38th Street. Tickets are $8 at the door.
More than forty respected dealers from across the country will showcase merchandise from all genres. High-end jewelry, watches, fine art, traditional antiques, premiere lamps, chrome and car-related items highlight show offerings, attracting collectors of all ages and interests.
Christoph and Nancy Miller also operate the Kansas City Antiques Expo (formerly the Overland Park Antique Show) and are dedicated to continuing the quality atmosphere the Indy event has offered for more than 45 years. They are committed to customer service and a one-of-a-kind experience for collectors of all ages and interests.
Visit http://www.hoosierantiquesexpo.com for more information, directions and a vendor list.
About Hoosier Antiques Expo
Founded in 1969, the Hoosier Antiques Exposition is a leading trade show; the oldest continually running show in Indiana. It attracts visitors and exhibitors interested in buying and selling items including pottery, porcelain, toys, silver, bronzes, pattern glass, hand painted porcelain, pottery, Majolica, flow blue, Jewelry products and more. For more information visit,http://www.hoosierantiquesexpo.com.
Get to Know the “Wonder”ful Amy Goldman
- 22 October 2014
- Alex Greenwood
We already know our office administrator and content editor Amy Goldman is a “wonder woman,” but we had no idea she wanted to be the famed superhero. Join us in learning a little more about Amy!–Noah Smith
Goldman (aka Wonder Woman)
Favorite Super Hero: Wonder Woman.
If you could have one super power, what would it be and why: Be able to stretch my limbs because I am short and I would like to be able to reach high shelves in my kitchen.
What TV show could you watch all day and not get tired of: Downton Abbey.
Favorite drink: Boulevard’s Tank 7.
Where would you want to live: Oregon coast in a shack on the beach.
Any regrets: Ha!
Any goals in the next few years: To open a microbrew with my partner.
Favorite food(s): I like most all food – but I am more of a savory girl and would pass on a sweet dessert and replace it with a glass of wine or beer.
Last meal: Roasted chicken with potatoes, carrots & celery & gravy.
Favorite place to shop: Amazon.
Places have you lived: Trenton, MO; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; St. Joseph, MO; Fort Collins, CO; Kansas City, MO; Merriam, KS.
Favorite book(s): Most historical fiction (Philippa Gregory)
Thanks for playing, Amy! You can follow her on Twitter @Amy_Goldman90
Latest News on the Affordable Care Act, with a Special Guest
- 20 October 2014
- Alex Greenwood
Did you miss this episode Friday? No worries–you can listen on demand!
Host Alex Greenwood and federally certified ACA specialist Greg Howard discuss more cutbacks in healthcare coverage for part timers at Wal-Mart following similar decisions by Target, Home Depot and others. If you’re in need of healthcare, the best place to visit online is www.acamadeeasy.com
Plus, a special guest in studio, Cassandra Decker, President of the Missouri Association of Nurse Anesthetists. She’ll discuss how Obama care has affected CRNA’s and how that differs from state to state, plus – answers to your questions from the mailbag.
Listen in every Friday at 1 p.m.!