Shell/ Dairyland
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Since: Oct 08

Thorntown, IN

#1 Apr 16, 2012
What's going on with the Shell / Dairyland on Main Street? It's been closed for over a month now, and no "For Sale" sign outside. It just seems weird....
THE REPUBLICAN

Connersville, IN

#2 Apr 16, 2012
I heard the town police were investigating the murder of several doughnuts. They found them with holes in them and are trying to match the holes to the shooters gun.
just sayin

United States

#3 Apr 17, 2012
Foreigners bought it. It will reopen soon.
My Name Is Earl

Cincinnati, OH

#4 Apr 17, 2012
just sayin wrote:
Foreigners bought it. It will reopen soon.
Oh Sweet Jesus, NOOOO! Not foreigners!!!
Pebbles

Loogootee, IN

#5 Apr 17, 2012
Yep just sayin is right here! They won't have to pay taxes or nuttin
jeri

Detroit, MI

#6 Apr 17, 2012
wonder if they will give the town police their coffee and doughnuts for free?
Pebbles

Lafayette, IN

#7 Apr 17, 2012
Pebbles wrote:
Yep just sayin is right here! They won't have to pay taxes or nuttin
Troll.... WAF back.
Where does my wife work imposter?
Lets Go Riot

United States

#8 Apr 17, 2012
Watch out Pizza Pete they love to make that Pizza pie and no waiting self serve.
Just Wonderin

United States

#9 Apr 17, 2012
Nothing for free and prob wont let you use the restroom or anything either. When the habibs move in, service goes out the door. Look at the shell in Batesville.....
Lets Go Riot

Loogootee, IN

#10 Apr 17, 2012
Ingions
chris

Chicago, IL

#11 Apr 17, 2012
The shell in batesville was owned by pavey when it shut down.i live in batesville and went in there all the time.
just sayin

United States

#12 Apr 17, 2012
The same family that bought shell from Pavey's in Batesville is the same guy that bought Brookville Shell.
Anonym

San Angelo, TX

#13 Apr 17, 2012
Here how's I got the story Pavey leased the building he did not own it. The offer was made way above appraisal. Pavey knew they would get business discount in the form of right offs extra so thus the reason they could afford to over bid by so much. As a business man he knew he could not compete with a government back foreigner so he choose to let the stock he had purchased run low as well as let the girls go. The last I heard the deal with the foreigners had fallen threw and the owner was sitting with a mess. This has been a while back and I have not kept up on how it is going. Maybe the owner struck a new deal with them who knows. This is all gossip. Now my question did they catch the murder? I sure miss those doughnuts.
Dr Welby

Cincinnati, OH

#15 Apr 17, 2012
Anonym wrote:
Here how's I got the story Pavey leased the building he did not own it. The offer was made way above appraisal. Pavey knew they would get business discount in the form of right offs extra so thus the reason they could afford to over bid by so much. As a business man he knew he could not compete with a government back foreigner so he choose to let the stock he had purchased run low as well as let the girls go. The last I heard the deal with the foreigners had fallen threw and the owner was sitting with a mess. This has been a while back and I have not kept up on how it is going. Maybe the owner struck a new deal with them who knows. This is all gossip. Now my question did they catch the murder? I sure miss those doughnuts.
Good info and shuts up "just sayin" but I do need you to expound on your statement of "government backed foreigner". Can you name the program?????
Anonym

San Angelo, TX

#16 Apr 17, 2012
By Daniel P. Malone (Forbes)
Competition for foreign direct investment among the U.S. states is ferocious, and the incentive packages they offer for investing in greenfield or brownfield sites can be lucrative. Typically they involve favorably adjusted tax rates, loans, employment training and state support in many other areas.
Anonym

San Angelo, TX

#17 Apr 17, 2012
Dr Welby wrote:
<quoted text>
Good info and shuts up "just sayin" but I do need you to expound on your statement of "government backed foreigner". Can you name the program?????
Large investors

By Daniel P. Malone (Forbes)
Competition for foreign direct investment among the U.S. states is ferocious, and the incentive packages they offer for investing in greenfield or brownfield sites can be lucrative. Typically they involve favorably adjusted tax rates, loans, employment training and state support in many other areas.
Anonym

San Angelo, TX

#18 Apr 17, 2012
Dr Welby wrote:
<quoted text>
Good info and shuts up "just sayin" but I do need you to expound on your statement of "government backed foreigner". Can you name the program?????
A Guide to U.S. Incentives and Credits for Foreign Investors
By Jeff Miller, Partner, Incentis Group, LLC (Jul 08)

Recent Incentive Impacts
Foreign investment in the United States has been ongoing since the 1980s. Outlays by foreign investors to acquire or to establish U.S. businesses were $161.5 billion in 2006, significantly more than the $91.4 billion in 2005. Most of the foreign investments in 2006 were made in manufacturing, finance and insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing. The major portion of the overall 2006 investment was made by Europe, followed by the Asia–Pacific region and the Middle East (see Figure 1). Within the manufacturing sector, the largest investments were in computers, electronics products, and chemicals.
U.S. states are directing more attention to attracting foreign investment, resulting in a number of states visiting foreign companies and governmental authorities to promote themselves. For example, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, the states of Colorado, Georgia, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Wisconsin each have at least one foreign-trade office in a another country, including the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Israel, China, Japan, Taiwan, and Mexico.
Not only are these states highlighting their available sites, location factors, employee skill sets, training opportunities, transportation infrastructure, labor availability, and favorable tax structures, they are also communicating other tangible influences such as university and college relationships to industry research, low cost of living, affordable housing opportunities, and community events and activities. Once these tangible factors are outlined, U.S. states concentrate on touting the various incentive and credit programs that can be tailored to meet each company’s needs and objectives. Some states will go beyond the current incentive and credit programs to enact special legislation that will address specific company objectives.
As an example of incentives a foreign company may receive in the United States, Kia Motors Corporation received an overall incentive package of $201.4 million for its facility in West Point, Georgia. State officials reported the breakdown of incentives as follows:$65.6 million in job tax credits over five years; $35.7 million for land purchase; $24.8 million for site preparation; $30 million for public infrastructure (new interstate interchange and access road); $20.2 million for an onsite training center; $5.5 million for maintenance and operations for the first five years; $5.7 million for training curriculum costs; and $13.9 million in sales tax exemption.
Anonym

San Angelo, TX

#19 Apr 17, 2012
Dr Welby wrote:
<quoted text>
Good info and shuts up "just sayin" but I do need you to expound on your statement of "government backed foreigner". Can you name the program?????
Last but not least can you say it would be worth 50 grand to get your self your family and top dogs into the US on visa's by investing a mere 50,000 grand. This is just a part of the PDF on order no 63 but with all the things I've posted I did not want to post a dictionary so I only posted highlights. The rules on this are broad and allows a little more then tourist investing but in the end they can come to America on 50 grand, bring the family and some of their best buddies. This all took me less than an hour to find and I did it all for you the good Dr. Welby. I might also add I found some very good sites for my self to look into on here us born right here can get some much needed investment help. Pretty interesting reading. Thank you for the prod to look into this.

Incentives Granted Under Executive Order No. 63
This Executive Order grants incentives to foreigners investing at least
US$50,000 in a tourist-related project or in any tourist establishment as
determined by the Committee created in the same law.
1. Special Investor’s Resident Visa (SIRV) to investor, wife and
unmarried minor children
A foreign investor may be issued a Special Investor’s Resident Visa
(SIRV) provided that, he is able to prove the following qualifications:
a) He has not been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude
b) He is not afflicted with AIDS or any loathsome, dangerous or
contagious disease
c) He has not been institutionalized for any mental disorder or
disability
d) He is willing and able to invest at least US$50,000 in a tourism
related project
In the case of foreign corporation which is willing to invest the amount
of at least US$50,000.00 in a tourist-related project, the SIRV may be
issued to the corporation’s Chief Executive Officer.
The wife and unmarried minor children of the foreign investor may also
be issued the same visa, subject to the qualifications under items (
1. Income Tax Holiday (ITH)
BOI registered enterprises shall be exempt from the payment of income
taxes reckoned from the approved target of commercial operations or
actual date of commercial operations, whichever comes first, but in no
case earlier than the date of registration, as follows:
&#56256;&#56518; Six (6) years for new projects granted pioneer status;
&#56256;&#56518; Six (6) years for projects in Less Developed Areas (LDAs), regardless
of status and regardless of whether new or expansion;
&#56256;&#56518; Four (4) years for new projects granted non-pioneer status; and
&#56256;&#56518; Three (3) years for expansion and modernization projects.
Pebbles

Lafayette, IN

#20 Apr 17, 2012
Well..........I'll be dammed!
This just ain't right!!!!
Corporate America goin all the way to the bank again with us taxpayers footin the bill.
Secret service a bunch a ho dogs, Hilary dancin all up and latino, manure hidden under offices of business all at taxpayer peril.
Ambulance service being ivestigated..........
People with greed flu everywhere!
I just want vote "NO MORE" all over my ballot with a big red marker!!
Pebbles
Anonym

San Angelo, TX

#21 Apr 17, 2012
Ok be careful what you read lol's that's to my self. The last one on order no 63 I was reading it over and what stuck out this time as before I wasn't paying much attention to the personal requirements was b) He is not afflicted with AIDS or any loathsome, dangerous or contagious disease
When I read this I thought this is not allowed in the U.S. so I did some father research and someone had removed parts of this and posted in areas where one researching foreign investors might come across it, the part they removed would be the main heading PHILIPPINE LAWS that’s to funny sorry to say to foreigners I don't know if this applies in the US

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