Indians Unveil Suite Upgrades

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(photo courtesy Indianapolis Indians) (photo courtesy Indianapolis Indians)

The Indianapolis Indians have unveiled the second significant renovation project to Victory Field in the last two off-seasons. Communications Director Charlie Henry says detailed the $2 million suite-level upgrade includes new amenities including additional televisions and wireless phone chargers. Communications Director Charlie Henry tells Inside INdiana Business Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman the goal is to continue to "elevate Victory Field" as a hot spot over the summers.

Henry says each suite is paired with a prominent former Indians player or manager, and the suite level now includes a wall-to-wall, ceiling-to-floor timeline of Indians history. The project marks the latest upgrades to Victory Field. Projects last off-season, totaling $2.4 million, included new video displays, an enhanced audio system and new high-definition video production capabilities.

The Indians open the 2018 season at home on Friday, April 6 against the Columbus Clippers. The Indians led Minor League Baseball in attendance last season, drawing more than 641,000 fans. That marked the second consecutive year the Indians topped the league in attendance. The team also reported a record year for charitable giving in 2017, contributing nearly $500,000 in fundraising and donations to central Indiana organizations.

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