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Circle City Tickets recently become a new distributor for Send Out Cards. In a very busy world, we understand the need to reach out to clients, business associates, family and friends. That experience should be fun, creative and personal. For this reason we have become a user and distributor of the Send Out Card system. The Send Out Card system enables you to choose a greeting card online, add a personal message and have it mailed via the United States Postal Service. The company prints out the card with your personal message, stuffs the card in a envelope, places a stamp on it and drops it in the mailbox for you! That’s’ right -your card will be sent via good old fashioned postal mail -not e-mail! Your inboxes are inundated with enough e-mail right? No one wants another e-mail, even if it’s an electronic greeting card.
Greeting cards sent through the mail are the least intrusive most pleasant way to communicate. Think of the greeting cards you receive in the mail and how many of those you throw away without opening! I would bet the number is ZERO! Now think of all the e-mail you get and how many of those you DELETE! Circle City Tickets has found that when we want to send a message to a customer for a order or a referral to say “Thank You” we use Send Out Cards, and the open rate is 100%! That is what is all about ! You want to make sure your message is received and read by your client or customer. Send Out cards enables us to do that with ease and at a cost of just under $1.00 a card. How important are your clients? If you would like to see how the system works and try it out for FREE with no obligation, you don’t even have to have credit card, go to our distributor website at www.sendoutcards.com/circlecitytickets. You will be glad you did.
The Conseco Fieldhouse is the number one venue in the NDA for three years running. It is the home of the Indianapolis Pacers and the Indiana Fever. The tickets for this venue include some of the best NBA tickets in the country as they are for the Indiana Pacers. You don’t have to miss the experience of being inside this stunning venue even if you are not a basketball fan as it also has some of the biggest music and entertainment acts from around the world, other world profession and amateur sporting events and concerts.
Since 1909 the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has seen some of the worlds best drivers and fastest automobiles. It houses over 650,000 spectators making it the largest and highest-capacity sporting facility in history. Currently, races at the Speedway include the Indianapolis 500, Red Bull Indianapolis GP and the Allstate 400. Inside the venue fans will also find the Hall of Fame Museum and campsites located in the infield and around the over 500 acres.
Indianapolis Raceway Park, recently renamed O’Reilly Raceway Park is another venue to see NASCAR events. It is home to NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series racing, NASCAR Busch Series racing, some drag racing and sprint car racing. Fans can enjoy year round events in this venue with seating for 30,000.
The new home of the Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium opened September 7, 2008. It is one of the best stadiums in the NFL with a high tech retractable roof and the largest video board in the League. The stadium will host NFL football games, NCAA basketball’s March Madness Tournament and will be the permanent backup for the Final Four Tournament. The biggest event will be the XLVI Super Bowl held on February 5, 2012. This is an event that is sure to sell out early so contact an Indianapolis ticket broker to find a seat. Other events will include the DCI World Championships, Bands of America Grand National Championship, The Indiana Marching Band State Finals as well as some well known music acts.
The Murat Theater is the home of world class concerts and theater performances. Tickets for events at the Murat have been in high demand since its opening in 1910. The facility had to expand just twelve years after opening due to the overwhelming response for tickets by the community. Events include concerts, family shows, Broadway shows and comedy shows.
Indianapolis ticket brokers can be the best resource in finding tickets for the sold out events fans want to attend. With these venues and the events scheduled for the upcoming year some tickets are sure to be in high demand so buy early.
The Indianapolis 500 has been known as the “greatest spectacle in racing” for as long as I can remember. I want to say this moniker has been around for 100 years, as long as the race itself. But, without further research, I can’t be too certain of that….and frankly, it doesn’t really matter.
What DOES matter is knowing that the Indianapolis 500 is not the only event that takes place at the track. There are also all of the events leading up to the Indy 500 that create quite a following. Qualifications, Pole Day, 5 practice days, Bump day, CARB day, and Community Day.
Naturally, these events are going to require Indianapolis Motor Speedway tickets. I get my tickets through CircleCityTickets.com and choose my seat right there online.
The Allstate 400 at the Brickyard is the second most popular event here. This Nascar event takes place later in the summer, July 26, to be exact for this year.
I know, I know…..the name has been been changed from “Brickyard” to “Allstate”, but some of us don’t really give a hoot and a holler. It was born as the Brickyard and to many of us it will always be the Brickyard.
Frankly, when I was looking for tickets I used the term “Allstate” and got more insurance information than I ever cared to know. That was after I spent a good couple of hours trying to remember what the heck the darned race was called.
When I typed “Brickyard 400 Tickets” into the search I got a mix of “Brickyard ” and “Allstate” returns and several “Allstate Brickyard” returns. This tells me it really doesn’t matter what you call it (in the privacy of your own home). There will be some folks who’ll never change and only use the word “Brickyard”, while others will insist that the “Allstate” be referenced every time.
As Rhett Butler said, “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn”, and I don’t either.
So, if you want to know where to find the best Brickyard 400 tickets or Allstate 400 tickets, just go to circlecitytickets.com and give the search engines a rest.