Briefcase Oct. 2, 2009

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By The Staff

 Grand opening

Accountax Professional Services, owned by David Bemiss, 522 6th Street in Shelbyville, will have a grand opening Friday.  Equestrian Games seeks sponsors   The World Games 2010 Foundation has announced a new sponsorship opportunity for Kentucky businesses to partner with the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. The Foundation created “Preferred Partner Packages” as a means for Kentucky businesses to become part of the world’s most prestigious equestrian competition, which will be held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington from Sept. 25 to Oct. 10, 2010. Preferred Partner Packages range from $2,500 to $10,000. Any business interested in Preferred Partner packages should contact Jenny Isaac with the 2010 Games Sales office at (859) 255-2010 or by E-mail at jisaac@feigames2010.org.  Brown selling calendar Shelby County outdoors enthusiast and photographer Horace Brown is offering his annual Interesting Days and Wisdom Calendar for public sale this year. Brown previously had printed the calendar for private distribution. It contains not only Brown’s photographs of nature but also lists by relevant dates interesting facts and key historic events. If you’re interested in ordering one for 2010, you can call 502-633-4754, 502-747-0425 or 502-682-7711. Insight launches new Web site Insight recently launched MyInsight.com, a redesigned and easy-to-use Web site that creates a new way for customers and others to communicate and interact with the company. MyInsight.com also has a new, easy-to-use “Help Central” that provides answers to a long list of frequently asked questions about each of Insight’s products, paying bills online or setting up E-mail.  Nation wins cruise Charlene Nation shows one of her products in her Avon shop on Main Street in Shelbyville. Nation has won an Avon sponsored cruise, Miami to Nassau, for increased sales last year. This will be Nation’s first time on an airplane and a cruise ship.