Two Fighting Irish games in South Bend are among the nation’s hottest-selling college football tickets heading into the 2017 season, brokers say.
The Indiana Golf Office has listed its Franklin property for $2.5 million and is hoping a move to Indianapolis can lead to more corporate partnerships.
Indianapolis Colts officials expect to fill Lucas Oil Stadium for every regular season game this year. But area ticket brokers say the market for Colts tickets is very soft.
The Indianapolis Indians will need to average 9,263 fans per game over the last 14 home games this season to top last year’s attendance mark. That’s an uptick over what the team has averaged so far.
This year’s somewhat unexpected spike in TV viewership for the Indy-based race comes at a time when many other NASCAR events are seeing double-digit ratings decreases.
The Indianapolis Colts are saying so long to one of their most valuable members. No, Andrew Luck is not retiring. But the all-star quarterback will no doubt feel the impact of the change.
The Cleveland-based bank is getting the naming rights to the lower level of suites at Bankers Life Fieldhouse as part of its five-year deal with the team.
Jared Jeffries is leaving his NBA front office job to team up with former Lakers star Rick Fox in the latter’s sports group for professional video gaming.
While downtown hotels saw no drop in room nights in May, lodging demand downshifted in the outlying areas of Marion County.
Intel has agreed to pay the city’s Capital Improvement Board close to $110,000 so it can install 3-D cameras and sell 360-degree replays to broadcasters. But the video won’t be played inside the stadium.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves is contemplating a future in sports car racing.
The insurer’s branding elements at the venue include digital messaging, concourse signage and a replica of the popular OneAmerica downtown signboard.
The short documentary-style piece debuts Tuesday in Lids stores nationwide as the cap maker makes major operational changes and beefs up its web presence.
The Colts’ former kicker poked fun at the team’s former general manager on Monday. Meanwhile, IndyCar officials hope to make inroads in China and Mexico.
The crash that sent Scott Dixon’s car airborne in May’s Indianapolis 500 has some racing experts—or at least the members of one team—wondering if IndyCar and the Speedway need to do a better job vetting drivers.
Overnight television ratings for the 2017 Indianapolis 500 dropped to their lowest point since Nielsen Media Research began tabulating overnight ratings in 2003, but IndyCar chief Mark Miles said he doesn’t think the dip will affect the latest TV contract negotiations for the series.