I’m afraid chmod won’t help you in this situation. chmod is used for changing the permissions of files and directories.
You can achieve what you want using a .htaccess file placed in the root of the web directory for your domain. Something like the following should do the trick.
[color=#0000CC]redirect 301 /index.htm http://www.BanquetBuzz.com/Aroundme/index.htm[/color]
Another option would be to change the web directory specified for the domain in the panel. Go to Domains -> Manage Domains, click on the small [Edit] link under the Web Hosting column, then change the web directory to point at your sub-directory (folder).
Edit: I notice that you are using both upper and lowercase in your folder name, be sure to match the name precisely when creating the .htaccess file or specifying the web directory. Under Linux, Aroundme is considered a different name to aroundme
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