While Indianapolis pursues major sporting events and massive conventions—gatherings that attract tens of thousands of people and score tens of millions of dollars in economic impact—many neighboring counties are chasing small and midsize corporate confabs, weddings and senior-citizen bus tours.
On the secondary market, the Colts have the 22nd-cheapest ticket in the NFL, with an average price of $163. The Bengals are even lower, at $131. On the other hand, the Bears have the third-highest resale tickets, at nearly $353.
John Force is pleased to be growing his Brownsburg facility. He said central Indiana has everything a National Hot Rod Association
team could want. But nothing makes him happier than the new Dunkin Donuts there.