This week on Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick 5/21/23
Top Story: IndyCar Growth & Future
Mark Miles, President & CEO, Penske Entertainment Corp.
As we continue our Business at the Brickyard series, we look at the NTT IndyCar Series and its economic impact in Indianapolis and Indiana. Mark Miles weighs in on the state of IndyCar racing and why he’s bullish on the future.
Around INdiana: 500 Festival Economic Impact
Bob Bryant, President & Chief Executive Officer, 500 Festival
The greatest spectacle in racing is cause for celebration in Indianapolis. The 500 Festival has spent more than 60-years helping build “The Month of May,” from the Mini-Marathon to the Parade and much more. Mary-Rachel Redman takes us inside the organization driving those events.
Business of Health: PitFit Training
Jim Leo, Founder & CEO, PitFit Training
Maneuvering a 1,600-pound race car around a two-and-a-half-mile track at more than 200 miles an hour for 500 miles is not for the weary. Business of Health Reporter Kylie Veleta has details on the high-tech tools drivers are using to stay in shape.
Trendiana: Five must try dishes in Speedway
Brittany Smith, Director of Community Campaigns, Yelp
Not far from the gates of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are several restaurants that will be hopping during the month of May. In our Trendiana segment, Brittany Smith will show you five can’t miss dishes in the town of Speedway.