Video: Lou Harry rushes the NFL Experience

January 26, 2012
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Before it was open to the general public, I rushed to experience the NFL Experience. It opens to the public on Friday, Jan. 27, at the Indiana Convention Center, 100 S. Capitol Ave. Including clinics for kids and lots of memorabilia, the indoor theme park will feature more than 500,000 square feet of exhibits and playing space. They're heavy on the "interactive," with plenty of opportunities to run, throw, kick and tackle like the pros.

Check out the video here:

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  • Would have been
    great if they (visitors) could have actually been interactive instead of standing in at least 1 hr to 1 1/2 hr lines to do ANY of the interactive stuff. We had two 12 year olds who were able to do a clinic on the field only after being alerted by a friend who had gone the day before and told us to go straight there to "register" ok an hour to find someone who knew where we were to register; we stood in line an hour; were assigned to the 3rd clinic which was two hours later; (Each clinic had 80 kids) when we should have been in the first except they did not have line roped off and people kept cutting in plus the "fast pass" hlders...wait why didn't I hear about this...could fly right through while making the majority of the people mad. Everyone I heard was complaining; kids were complaining....pure greed. They should have sold a certain amount of tickets; that's it. It was worse than Disney and more disorganized. The day would have been a total fiasco were we not informed to get signed up for a clinic immediately upon arrival. So....NFL...don't be so greedy and make it an "experience" everyone can enjoy next time! Mostly rip off!!

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