Start your engines! Indianapolis is more than a race track and fast cars. Since 1909 the annual race has attracted millions to this Central Indiana capital city, but there is much more to Indianapolis than just racing.

Indianapolis is situated in the middle of the Midwest making it an ideal center for logistics and shipping activity. Amazon.Com, The Finish Line, Fastenal, and Target all have distribution centers here. With over 820,000 residents and being Indiana’s largest city, sports, arts and cultural amenities are abundant.

At a Glance
Indianapolis Branch
5717 W. Minnesota Street
Indianapolis, IN 46241

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Local Attractions:
  • The Brickyard - Home to the largest sporting event in the world, the Indianapolis 500 where more than 250,000 gather to watch this historic race every year.
  • Downtown Indy - As a former Superbowl host city as well as a NCAA Final Four city, downtown is chocked full of restaurants, bars and entertainment.
  • This capital city is home to the Indiana’s Children’s Museum, the NCAA Hall of Champions, as well as the Indianapolis Zoo where you can swim with the dolphins!
Fast Facts:
  • Population: 820,445
  • Nicknames: The Racing Capital of the World
  • Fun Fact: The NCAA is headquartered in Indianapolis.