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 Directly connect- ed via skywalk to Lucas Oil Stadium


LUCAS OIL STADIUM Contiguous conven- tion space: 183,000 square feet


Meeting rooms: 12


Seating capacity: 63,000


Loading docks: 11


 Retractable roof capable of closing in less than 15 minutes


FRESH COAT: After a $275-million expansion and renovation completed last year, the Indiana Convention Center is now one of the 20 largest convention centers in the country.


FOR MORE INFORMATION


• Indianapolis Con- vention & Visi- tors Association; Michelle Travis, Senior Vice Presi- dent of Sales; (317) 262-8211


• mtravis@ VisitIndy.com


among 12 hotels, all of which are connected to the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium via climate-con- trolled skywalks. The world’s largestJWMarriott made its debut in Indi-


anapolis in February 2011. The 1,005-room hotel offers 103,000 square feet of meeting space, 54 meeting rooms, and the 40,500-square-foot Grand Ballroom, which served as the media center for 5,000 journalists during Super BowlXLVI. TheJWMarriott Indianapolis Downtown is the latest addi- tion to Marriott Place Indianapolis, a seven-acre complex consisting of five Marriott properties with a total of 2,248


CONVENTION CENTER HIGHLIGHTS  The Indiana Convention Center, Lucas Oil Stadium, and 12 hotels with a total of 4,700 hotel rooms— all of which are connected via climate-controlledskywalks— make up their own “convention city” in downtown Indianapolis. These facilities are adjacent to a new, three-block outdoor plaza, Georgia Street, with plenty of spe- cial-event space options.


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hotel rooms, all just a few steps from downtown. But hotels and meeting space


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aren’t the only new experiences in Indianapolis. The Indianapolis International Airport, which opened in 2008, is ranked No. 1 in customer satisfaction by J.D. Power and Associates, and offers 150 daily departures to 35 nonstop destinations. Also, more than 50 percent of the country’s population is less than a day’s drive from Indianapolis. 


 Combined, the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium provide 749,000 square feet of exhibit space, 83 meeting rooms, and three ballroom spaces, includ- ing the 33,000-square-foot Sag- amore ballroom, which can accom- modate up to 3,400 guests in a theater-style setting.


 The Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium are within walking distance of more than 200 restaurants and50 attractions, including Union Station, Circle Cen- tre shopping andentertainment complex, Victory Field, and the 250- acreWhite River State Park, a mix of greenspace andcultural attractions surrounding the Central Canal.


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