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Ann and her staff made our move effortless, in a myriad of ways. They were accommodating when our furniture shipment was delayed and allowed us furnished space until it arrived. They set up our phones and internet and were great at troubleshooting technical issues. They were incredibly gracious and friendly to this “technologically challenged” individual.

Gina Leckron
State Director
Habitat for Humanity of Indiana

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Customer Service

Posted on: Friday, December 9, 2011

By: Jessica Berry

I had the worst experience at a downtown restaurant for lunch this week. In 45 minutes all we got was our drinks, no food and no explanation as to why our food hadn’t arrived yet. Since we were sitting near the kitchen we could see that one of our appetizers had been sitting ready to deliver for over 20 minutes.

Since our waiter was not around to ask and I didn’t see any managers working the floor, I went up to the host station and asked to speak to a manager. They sent one over to our table just as soon as all of our food arrived, appetizers and entrees (drives me crazy!). I explained our long wait and that I thought it was ridiculous to make a customer wait 45 minutes for food. She was very apologetic and said she would comp our entire meal.

The situation could have been very different if our waiter communicated with us and apologized for the delay in food. Instead because it was mishandled I will probably avoid that location as a lunch spot.

My reason for sharing this story with you is that we all seem to complain about the bad customer service we receive. We hardly give praise when it’s deserved.  During the holiday season we all have this great sense of giving. Have you ever considered giving a great recommendation to a restaurant or business? There are so many ways to praise a business when you receive great service, you can tweet about it, write on their Facebook page, recommend them on LinkedIn or even write a thoughtful thank you card.

Share your great customer service stories with us in the comments or on our Facebook page! We’ll be sure to add our own for your review!

December 2011 Free Rent Special

Posted on: Wednesday, December 7, 2011

By: Jessica Berry

Two Months Free Rent With

6 Month Agreements! 

Amerimar Business Centers is prepared to offer an exclusive deal throughout the month of December.  All new clients will receive two months free rent when signing a six month agreement. Schedule a tour of our facilities soon because this outstanding offer will end December 31, 2011!

Call us at 317-454-8100 to tour the facility today!

Offer valid December 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011. 

 


 

Why Amerimar Business Centers?

All office business centers offer administrative support, office and meeting space and communication services. So what makes Amerimar Business Centers different? We care about your business as much as you do. At Amerimar Business Centers, it's not just an office, it's a relationship. 

Whatever your business type or size, we have got business solutions that allow you to concentrate on running your business, not running an office. At Amerimar Business Centers, our team of dedicated professionals delivers only the best, and never settles for less. It's our people that make the difference. 

 

 

 

 

Amerimar Business Centers Meeting Rooms

Posted on: Monday, November 14, 2011

By: Jessica Berry

Did you know that Amerimar Business Centers has four different meeting rooms that we rent out on an hourly or daily basis? Our rooms range in size from a 3 person meeting room to a 50 person meeting room. All of our rooms are Wi-Fi ready and offer you a professional setting for your business meetings.

The 7th floor conference room is our largest room and can seat up to 50 people. We can arrange the tables and chairs in different formations to meet the needs of your meeting. Below is an example of a classroom setup.

 

Our boardroom can seat up to 10 people for your meeting. It boasts a beautiful view of downtown Indianapolis!

 

The conference room has a more private setting and can seat up to 6 people.

 

 

The day office is perfect for a quick drop-in meeting or meetings for up to 3 people. We can setup the day office to look and feel like you’re office, providing your company with an on demand downtown location.

 

For more information about our conference rooms, including pricing, please contact Jessica Berry at 317-454-8100 or jberry@amerimar.com.

Veterans Day

Posted on: Thursday, November 10, 2011

By: Jessica Berry

Veterans Day is a time for us to remember all of the past and current soldiers serving our country. The history behind Veterans Day goes back to November 11, 1918. On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, fighting ceased when an armistice or temporary cessation of hostilities between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect. World War I officially ended seven months later when the Treaty of Versailles was signed. For more information on the history of Veterans Day click here.

There are several ways for us to pay tribute and recognize the sacrifice of our veterans. In Washington, D.C. there is a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery that begins precisely at 11:00 am that honors and thanks all who served in the United States Armed Forces.

Indianapolis will have an 11:00 am memorial service at the Indiana War Memorial. The national anthem will be sung, lying of wreaths and a flyover will pay tribute to veterans. Following the ceremony at the Indiana War Memorial, there will be a Veterans Day parade that will begin at Michigan and Pennsylvania and will end at Meridian and St. Claire. For more information on Veterans Day observations, please visit the Indy Star site for more information.

 

2011 Spice Drive

Posted on: Tuesday, November 8, 2011

By: Jessica Berry

Amerimar is sponsoring a Spice Drive for Second Helpings!  We will be collecting dry spices starting Monday, November 14th through Wednesday, November 23rd. Donations can be dropped off at the 101 West Ohio Street building in the first floor lobby. If you would like to make a financial donation to Second Helpings please click here.

Second Helpings is looking for large containers of the following spices:

Thyme, Rosemary, Italian Seasoning, Chili Powder, Cumin, Lemon Pepper, Curry Powder, Salt & Black Pepper, Jerk Seasoning, Taco & Fajita Seasoning*.
*Please do not donate any opened items or food past expiration.

Any donation you are able to make is very much appreciated. Amerimar and Second Helpings would like to say thank you in advance for your generosity! If you have any questions about donating please contact Jessica Berry at 317-454-8100 or jberry@amerimar.com. To learn more about Second Helpings and what they do for our community click here.