Gargantuan graphics put Indy’s Sport Graphics in the spotlight
Indianapolis-based Sport Graphics is best known for its record-setting NCAA Final Four creations and the massive banners it creates to festoon the exteriors and interiors of everything from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to Lucas Oil Stadium.Read More
Citing “changing market conditions,” the company said in a letter to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development dated Wednesday that the closure would be permanent.
The company, which owns The Indianapolis Star, said in a notice to the state that the layoffs will begin on or about March 13.
UN Communications Group, founded in 1975, will retain its staff and continue to operate in Carmel.
Webster’s Sporting Goods, founded in 1972, has moved from its longtime location at 5060 E. 62nd St., just off Binford Boulevard, to Distinct Images’ location at 6830 Hawthorn Park Drive, near Binford and 71st St.
LSC Communications US LLC cited “continued deterioration of market conditions” for its decision to close one of its two Kendallville plants.
Millcraft Paper Co. is set to move from the far east side to downtown Indianapolis on Sept. 24 in hopes of filling a void left a few months ago by the closing of Arvey Paper & Office Products.
Pratt Corp., a 66-year-old Indianapolis-based retail graphics firm that saw ambitious expansion plans come up short during the recession, has been acquired by Vomela Group of St. Paul, Minn.
Locally based Sport Graphics scored a "six-figure" deal with the NFL to design, make and install all Super Bowl signage—in Dallas and Indianapolis.
Lawsuit alleges Harding Poorman Group shorted former Discom Technologies owner a percentage of sales after it acquired his company.
An Indianapolis company that specializes in printing, packaging and dimensional mail has bought a cross-town direct-mail firm
to broaden its services.