The Herald Bulletin

Afternoon Update

Local Business

May 17, 2014

Economic downturn plays role in Putt-Putt's closing

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Unable to recover his Putt-Putt business from the economic downturn, Donna said he has no plans to relocate or maintain a miniature golfing facility in Anderson.

Instead, he plans to focus on his other business in the city, Applewood Raceway.

The raceway opened the summer of 1993, and continues to operate seven days a week with extended hours beginning on May 30.

The property at 1819 E. 60th St., however, does have a “for sale” sign in front of it.

“We aren’t out beating the bushes for people,” Donna said. “I feel like this is very valuable land.”

Like Traci L. Moyer on Facebook and follow her @moyyer on Twitter, or call 648-4250.

Going, going, gone A date to auction the more than 50 arcade games, pitching machines and Putt-Putt animals including the giant giraffe, lion, zebra, elephant and turtle has not been set, but the owner says it will be in mid- to late June. For more information on the items that will be available at the auction, call (317) 496-1700.

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