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Max & Erma’s completes renovation, holds fundraiser

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From left, Brandon George, general manager John Zimmer, Chamber president Mo Merhoff, Max & Erma’s President Steve Weis, Josh Car, executive board president of Autism Society of Indiana, mayor Jim Brainard and Dana Renay, executive director of Autism Society of Indiana. (Photo by Christian Sorrell)

From left, Brandon George, general manager John Zimmer, Chamber president Mo Merhoff, Max & Erma’s President Steve Weis, Josh Car, executive board president of Autism Society of Indiana, mayor Jim Brainard and Dana Renay, executive director of Autism Society of Indiana. (Photo by Christian Sorrell)

Max & Erma’s, 12195 N. Meridian St., held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reopening last week to celebrate the restaurant’s recent exterior and interior renovation. Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard and Mo Merhoff, Carmel Chamber of Commerce president, both attended the ceremony along with Max & Erma’s President Steve Weis. Twenty percent of the restaurant’s sales last Monday were donated to the Autism Society of Indiana. Josh Carr, executive board president of Autism Society of Indiana, and Dana Renay, executive director, were on hand to express their thanks to the restaurant and the community.


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