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Circle City Tickets, a full service ticket broker for all types of events across the country, announced this week the opening of their second office location.
The new office is located at 12 West Maryland St. in downtown Indianapolis.
“This new office puts us right in the heart of 4 major Indianapolis venues – Conseco Fieldhouse, Lucas Oil Stadium, White River State Park, and Victory Field,” explained Angelo Peduto, partner at Circle City Tickets.
The downtown office will be open weekdays 10:30 – 5:00, with extended hours on days of events including all Colts home games. Customers can buy, sell and pick up tickets at the new office, just as they can at the original location – at 8301 North Keystone Avenue on the north side.
“Our service is what puts us a notch above ordinary ticket sellers. We have a reputation for finding the tough, high-demand tickets, meeting short deadlines, maintaining fair prices, and generally taking great care of our customers,” added Peduto. “This new location is just another huge convenience for our customers.”
Circle City Tickets has been filling ticket orders for over twenty years, and is a member of the National Association of Ticket Brokers, The Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, and The Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association.
The Butler Bulldogs beat the number 1 seeded Syracuse Orangemen last night to advance to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. This is an amazing accomplishment, Butler is such a small school and they beat a perennial basketball powerhouse. This does wonders for the Butler program; it finally gets them over the hump of not being able to win the big game. I am very excited to see what Butler can do against Kansas State on Saturday. If they win it will be an unbelievable homecoming as Butler makes it to the Final Four that it is hosting! GO BULLDOGS!!
This years tournament has been outstanding, buzzer beating shots, overtime, major upsets, its Madness all over the bracket. Now if you are like me, my bracket is destroyed, there is almost no reason to score it anymore. Sadly, however I will continue to score it and will continue to be in dismay over how badly I am doing. This though does have a bright side, this means that each of the games left are going to be exciting. This means that both Butler and Purdue are still in it. This means that no longer are #1 seeds able to coast to the final four. This means that March Madness truly is Madness. So far, the road to the Final Four in Indianapolis has been one crazy ride and I can’t wait to see what’s next!
This is officially my favorite time of year, I like March Madness better than any other holiday during the year. Yes, I am calling March Madness a holiday, any time you can watch 48 college basketball games in a single weekend, you need to celebrate. And Celebrate we will, I am officially in 8 different pools and plan on being glued to the TV for the next 4 days! March Madness is here and I’m LOVING IT!!!
Cheers to the greatest time of year!