lanners know that Indianapolis offers the most compact, connected, and con- venient meetings package in the country,
complete with $3 billion in new tourism-related infrastructure. However, that doesn’t tell the whole story about this destination. Beyond the bricks and mortar is a vibrant urban environ-
ment with a surprise waiting around every turn. Live jazz on Indiana Avenue, or top-notch art galleries
on Mass Ave? Conference attendees need not worry — Indy doesn’t go to bed early. With more than 200 restaurants and clubs, and 50 attractions downtown, Indianapolis has lots to offer in the way of late-night entertainment and networking. Check out a show at the 6,000-seat Farm Bureau Lawn
concert venue, or enjoy shopping among beautiful graffiti murals in the trendy Broad Ripple Village. Stop by the Tom- linson Tap Room at City Market, a year-round farmers market opened in 1886, to taste a sampling of craft beer from
AFTER THE MEETING ENDS, INDY’S DOWNTOWN COMES ALIVE WITH PLENTY OF OPTIONS FOR CONTINUED NETWORKING AND NIGHTLIFE.
From grand hotels like the world’s largest JW Marriott, with more than 104,000 square feet of flexible function space, to the newly renovated Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre Hotel, to smaller luxury properties like the new, 209-room Alexander — Indianapolis has room for your next meeting. With 4,700 hotel rooms connected to the Indiana Convention Center via climate-controlled sky- walks, Indianapolis makes it as easy as possible for attendees to stay connected. Te convention center offers 566,600 square feet of exhibit space, 71 meeting rooms, and three ballrooms, including the 33,000-square- foot Sagamore Ballroom, accommodating up to 3,400 guests. And just a 15-minute drive away is the India- napolis International Airport, winner of J.D. Power and Associates’ “Best Overall Passenger Experience” and the nation’s first LEED-certified airport.