Sport Graphics, the Indianapolis-based company behind high-profile signage at big time sporting events, like the Lombardi Trophy on the J.W. Marriott during the 2012 Super Bowl in Indy, is expanding its creative division and relocating it downtown. Section 127 is billed as a full-service creative agency that will include a 30-plus employee design studio and occupy office space in the shadow of Lucas Oil Stadium. Sport Graphics Chief Executive Officer Frank Hancock says "it’s always been a vision of mine to see the creative team grow into its own brand."
In an interview that will air this weekend on Inside INdiana Business Television, Hancock says the move downtown has had an amazing impact on workforce.
He says "Sport Graphics is all about the end product, whether that’s wrapping a building or delivering a program."
The company says the expansion will put it in closer proximity to some of its most high-profile clients, which include the NCAA, Indiana Pacer and Indiana Sports Corp. Sport Graphics also works with the Big Ten Conference and a number of colleges, universities and athletic conference. It’s involved in the Assembly Hall renovations on the Indiana University campus in Bloomington and Project 100, the Centennial Year campaign at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The Section 127 design studio team will be led by Executive Creative Director Kyle Eaker and Account Supervisor Kassie Mills will be in charge of strategic marketing and branding consultation.
Frank and Linda Hancock founded Sport Graphics in Indianapolis in 1986.
In an interview that will air this weekend on Inside Indiana Business Television, Sport Graphics President Frank Hancock says the move downtown has had an amazing impact on workforce.