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February 23, 2010
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-Quinlan Marketing Inc. leased 11,477 square feet of office space at 550 Congressional Blvd., Carmel. The tenant was represented by Pete Anderson of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker. The landlord, 550 Congressional Blvd. LLC, was represented by David A. Moore, Darrin L. Boyd and Mary Beth Kohart, also of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker.

-Empire Beauty leased 10,000 square feet at Speedway Super Center, 6020 Crawfordsville Road. The tenant was represented by Cindy Hoskinson, Herb Feldmann and Ron Mannon of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co. The landlord, Centro Properties Group, represented itself in the transaction.

-McGuire Sponsel subleased 4,200 square feet of office space at Capital Center, 201 N. Illinois St. The tenant was represented by Michael R. Semler of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker. The lessor, Huntington Bank, was represented by Jon R. Owens and Russell VanTil, also of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker.

-Kilroy’s subleased the 8,533-square-foot former Smokey Bones Restaurant at 201 S. Meridian St. Steve Delaney of Sitehawk Retail Real Estate represented both the tenant, Paul Murzyn, and the lessor, Darden Restaurants, in the transaction.

-Sun Tan City leased 2,747 square feet at Scatterfield Pavilion, 4739 Scatterfield Road, Anderson. The tenant was represented by Ed Bonnacker of The Swiss Group. The landlord, Scatterfield Pavilion LLC, was represented by Scot Courtney and Bart Jackson of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co.

-Asset Management Specialists leased 3,000 square feet at the Seastrom Building, 2351 Kentucky Ave. The tenant was represented by Evert Hauser of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co. The landlord, Seastrom & Co., represented itself in the transaction.

-Cherokee Tire leased 2,400 square feet at 5316 W. Minnesota St. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Brian Buschuk and Jake Sturman of Jones Lang LaSalle. The tenant represented itself in the transaction.   
 
-Seccion Amarilla USA LLC leased 2,300 square feet at Lake Plaza, 6801 Lake Plaza Drive. The tenant was represented by Miami-based CresaPartners. The landlord, Lake Plaza LLC and LeBarron Investments, was represented by Debbie Shumate of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co.

-Kays CPA Group PC leased 2,047 square feet of office space at 3021 E. 98th St. The tenant was represented by Bryan Miller of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker. The landlord, Brookfield Real Estate Opportunity Group, was represented by David A. Moore and Darrin L. Boyd, also of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker.
 
-eImagine Technology Group leased 1,924 square feet of office space at 6081 E. 82nd St. The tenant was represented by Jenna Barnett of Halakar Real Estate. The landlord, Brookfield Real Estate Opportunity Group, was represented by David A. Moore and Darrin L. Boyd of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker.

-Little Caesars leased 1,467 square feet at 809 S. Harrison St., Shelbyville. The tenant was represented by Ron Mannon of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co. The landlord, Family Video Movie Club Inc., represented itself in the transaction.

-Ronald Blue & Co. LLC leased 1,714 square feet at the Indiana American Office Building, 555 E. County Line Road, Greenwood. The tenant was represented by Mark Dietel of Royal Companies Inc. The landlord, County Line Holdings LLC, was represented by Ed Troha of CB Richard Ellis.
 

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  2. Does the $100,000,000,000 include salaries for members of Congress?

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  5. The reason HHG's sales team hits you from the moment you walk through the door is the same reason car salesmen do the same thing: Commission. HHG's folks are paid by commission they and need to hit sales targets or get cut, while BB does not. The sales figures are aggressive, so turnover rate is high. Electronics are the largest commission earners along with non-needed warranties, service plans etc, known in the industry as 'cheese'. The wholesale base price is listed on the cryptic price tag in the string of numbers near the bar code. Know how to decipher it and you get things at cost, with little to no commission to the sales persons. Whether or not this is fair, is more of a moral question than a financial one.

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