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Ladies Wine Night ’18

Stacy loves spoiling her clients!

Last night, Stacy had her annual Ladies Wine Night at Peace Water Winery in Carmel. They enjoyed wine, cheese, and some chair massages, courtesy of Massage Heights Ironworks and Meridian and Main-who were incredible to work with. They’re so professional and kind.  If you’re looking for a special touch to your next event, we HIGHLY recommend this company!

We are so grateful for the support from clients–whether it’s a heartfelt referral to a friend or as simple as a like or share on social media. It means the world to us! Thank you!

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Posted on February 9th, 2018 by Jaimee Moran

Westfield Living

Westfield offers residents the luxury and privacy of rural living with the ease and comfort of urban conveniences. Below, we’ve listed a few of our favorite things about Westfield!

Right now, Grand Park serves as a sports complex, but future plans include shopping dining surrounding! Stay tuned for what’s to come at Grand Park Village!

Main Street Shoppes is an incredible fun antique mall!

Urban Wines Vinery & Brewery–need we say more?

Community Events are always happening! Check them out!

Posted on January 10th, 2018 by Jaimee Moran

Two Open House Opportunities!

We are hosting two open houses this weekend! Both of these homes just got new prices. Check them out, and swing by one on Sunday! See you then!

 

5866 Solomon Harmon Way   |   1/7/18 12pm-2pm

6014 Ramsey Drive   |   1/7/18 1pm-3pm

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Posted on January 3rd, 2018 by Jaimee Moran

Small Business Saturday Local Vendors!

Today may be Black Friday, but tomorrow is Small Business Saturday!

Take a look at some of our favorite local shops, vendors, online boutiques, and local consultants and shop small this holiday season!

Noonday Collection

India Hicks with Ambassador Natalie Vanhook

Beauty Counter with Stephania Marshall

2ADoorAble Creations

Cabi with Dorothy Benz-Buchanan

Stella & Dot with Stylist Angelica Gomez

Rodan + Fields with Independent Consultant April Dro

Below, you’ll find the list of local vendors that were featured in our Sip’n Shop blog from September!


The Beauty Box – Autumn Southard

Bash Boutique

Fashion Cafe Indy

Caty Wiegman, Kim Chapman, & Connie Corbin

Evelyn Blu Boutique – Kristin Evelyn Blu & Amy Ready

Hamilton Hobs – Julie Hobs Relford, Missy Spencer

Rodan + Fields – Missy Kapworth

Cheeky Couture – Megan Duncan, Angie Parker

7th & Park Boutique – Jessica Bryant

Life-Proof Lips – Erica Corser

Christy’s Beauty Bar Lips – Christy Lewis

Photo credit Christy’s Beauty Bar Facebook Page

Garish Gal

Photo Credit Garish Gal Facebook Page

Pineapple Crown Boutique – Melissa Judd

Shop Blue Crush – Holly Hunter, Nedra Lytle

Plexus – Julie Hittle Basso, Mary Jo Wark McCall

Monat with Mandy Hensley

Clean Chaos/Norwex – Sarah Penquite

Stella & Dot – Kelly Wurz

Sassy Chelle Cosmetics – Richelle Sassatelli

Organic Beauty Jars – Megan Callahan

lowercasegirl – Cara Nadolny

Mary Kay – Jenny Chavez, Amanda Thuliu-Marrano

J&J Boutique – Jolynda Wilson, Jenn Alter

Young Living Essential Oils – Jill Morrison, Teresa Evans

Author – Sarah Cass, Molly Daniels, Kenzie Michaels

500 North Designs

Photo Credit 500 North Designs Facebook Page

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Posted on November 25th, 2017 by Jaimee Moran

Sip’n Shop Event

Support small businesses and shop away!

We had a fantastic time at our Sip’n Shop event! Thank you to everyone who came out to drink some wine and shop! If you missed it, here are most of the shops/vendors along with their Facebook page links!

The Beauty Box – Autumn Southard

Bash Boutique

Fashion Cafe Indy

Caty Wiegman, Kim Chapman, & Connie Corbin

Evelyn Blu Boutique – Kristin Evelyn Blu & Amy Ready

Hamilton Hobs – Julie Hobs Relford, Missy Spencer

Rodan + Fields – Missy Kapworth

Cheeky Couture – Megan Duncan, Angie Parker

7th & Park Boutique – Jessica Bryant

Life-Proof Lips – Erica Corser

Christy’s Beauty Bar Lips – Christy Lewis

Photo credit Christy’s Beauty Bar Facebook Page

Garish Gal

Photo Credit Garish Gal Facebook Page

Pineapple Crown Boutique – Melissa Judd

Shop Blue Crush – Holly Hunter, Nedra Lytle

Plexus – Julie Hittle Basso, Mary Jo Wark McCall

Monat with Mandy Hensley

Clean Chaos/Norwex – Sarah Penquite

Stella & Dot – Kelly Wurz

Sassy Chelle Cosmetics – Richelle Sassatelli

Organic Beauty Jars – Megan Callahan

lowercasegirl – Cara Nadolny

Mary Kay – Jenny Chavez, Amanda Thuliu-Marrano

J&J Boutique – Jolynda Wilson, Jenn Alter

Young Living Essential Oils – Jill Morrison, Teresa Evans

Author – Sarah Cass, Molly Daniels, Kenzie Michaels

500 North Designs

Photo Credit 500 North Designs Facebook Page

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Posted on October 9th, 2017 by Jaimee Moran

How to Sell Your Home – St. Joseph Statue

So you’re having trouble selling your home…

What do you do? Give up? Try again next year? Some would argue that this little statue is responsible for selling their home quickly.

There a few variations of how to do it, but here’s the premise: bury the statue, say a prayer, and watch your house sell quickly. After your home sells and the final details are in order, you should remove the statue and take it with you to your new home. As the story goes, if you don’t dig it up, the new owners will not be able to stay long and there will be many tenants in and out of the home–just St. Joseph doing his job.

So what do we think? Is this a legit way to quickly sell your home? Or is it just coincidental luck?

If you’re interested in trying this ritual, you can purchase St. Joseph Home Sale kits on Amazon and give it shot! Let us know what you think!

 

Posted on October 9th, 2017 by Jaimee Moran

Local Charity | Briezy’s Bunch

Who better to tell you about what Briezy’s Bunch is than the organization themselves? We pulled this from their About Us page:

“We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charitable organization.

We’ve been motivated by not only our own navigation of insurance denials but others’ experiences too. Feel free to peruse the site and meet our founding board (below) and learn more about what we do, who we serve, and how you can help!

Our daughter, Aubrie, the inspiration for creating this nonprofit, has been diagnosed with Dravet Syndrome, a rare and potentially catastrophic form of epilepsy. Read her story here.

The risk of premature death is higher than others without epilepsy. Sudden unexplained death in epilepsy (SUDEP) can happen to individuals with epilepsy but the risk is automatically increased in Dravet, because of the intractable nature of the disorder. Of those who die prematurely, 73% are under age 10, with causes of death related to SUDEP but also drowning, falling, and other accidents while seizing.

The risk is decreased with early diagnosis and aggressive treatment, however, insurance is reluctant to cover some aggressive treatments prescribed by physicians including medications, necessary medical equipment, seizure monitoring devices, and medical supplies.

Briezy’s Bunch aims to make an impact in the lives of those affected by epilepsy by providing financial and educational resources. We provide financial assistance to cover critical care needs when insurance denies coverage, educational materials and assistance to those navigating the epilepsy journey, and host a support group for individuals affected by epilepsy in our local community.”

In August of 2018, they will hold their first annual Golf Tournament.  If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor, download the PDF here.

Posted on September 18th, 2017 by Jaimee Moran

Throwback Thursday | Richelle

Richelle has always been a go-getter…

But before she was the heartbeat behind the scenes of The Stacy Barry Team, keeping everyone in the loop with endless lists, spreadsheets, contracts, and immaculate organization, she was rocking awesome hair, riding horses 20x her size, and competing in 4H Horse & Pony Queen pageants!

 

If you missed any of our other #tbt posts, check out Stacy, Kristen, and Lee before they were agents!

 

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Posted on September 7th, 2017 by Jaimee Moran

Bittersweet Lake

This home, located on a well-stocked, completely private lake, is available and could be yours! The property was so beautiful, we knew pictures wouldn’t do it justice, so we called on our favorite aerial photographer to put something together for us! Take a look!

To view more pictures or to get more information on this listing, click HERE!

Posted on August 25th, 2017 by Jaimee Moran

Throwback Thursday | Lee

Some things never change…

It looks like Lee has always had negotiating on the brain! Even before the days of cell phones and bluetooth, Lee was utilizing that old rotary phone! Whatever it takes to get the job done! And apparently, he also had an affinity for leaves, shepherd costumes, and some weird big-wheel that doesn’t exist on the internet today! We know. We checked. We want one.

Be sure to check back next week for more #tbt pictures from another team member!

If you missed them, check out Stacy’s and Kristen’s throwback posts!

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Posted on August 24th, 2017 by Jaimee Moran