Damar Services Inc. is launching an innovative program to make outings to public attractions more enjoyable for people with autism and other behavioral or developmental disabilities, and local sports organizations are taking the lead in implementing it.
With the Indianapolis Indians' season and group ticket sales up significantly this year over last, the AAA farm club's 15-year-old attendance record could be within reach. So what's the Tribe's secret to success?
The maker of the popular spiced rum has decided to end its three-year sponsorship of an open air restaurant and bar in left field of Victory Field. Team officials are talking to several potential replacements.
Despite an ever-changing sports landscape, the Indianapolis Indians have been in the black every single year dating back to 1975. This year, the Tribe saw near record attendance and scored another seven-figure profit.
The Indianapolis Indians finished their 2013 season with the highest overall regular-season attendance of all 176 Minor League Baseball teams. Profit this year could be double what it was just a few years ago.
The Indianapolis Indians are red hot again this year. Not only is the team leading its division with a 61-38 record, but it is also chasing a fifth straight year with an attendance gain and profits that could eclipse $1.6 million.