Business briefs



Franklin resident earns salesman-of-year honor

Cannon IV, an Indianapolis print services company, has announced that Franklin resident Mark Wyrick is the company’s salesman of the year.

Wyrick is a lifelong Franklin resident and a graduate of Franklin College.

This is Wyrick’s fourth time being selected for the honor.

Wyrick will celebrate his 18th year with Cannon IV this month.

Community foundation sets lunch seminar

The Johnson County Community Foundation’s next lunch seminar will be Tuesday.

The session Lunch and Learn program will be 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at MainSource Bank, 8740 S. Emerson Ave., Indianapolis.

The session on the Indiana Non-Profit Resource Center will be led by speaker Beth Mussmann, of the United Way of Central Indiana.

Preregistration is required. Go to and click on the “events” tab to register. The $10 fee includes lunch.

Information: Stephanie Walls at

Franklin skilled nursing facility earns award

Homeview Health and Rehabilitation in Franklin was awarded the 2015 Embracing Quality Award by the American Health Care Association’s quality symposium.

The award was only given to 301 skilled nursing facilities across the U.S. and Canada, according to a statement from Homeview.

The awards are given to nursing homes that have demonstrated commitment to quality improvement efforts and patient satisfaction, among other factors.

Homeview Health and Rehabilitation is at 651 S. State St., Franklin.