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Feel the Rhythm of May with an exciting line up of events! 500 Festival Training Series, presented by OrthoIndy Train with the official series on the same course you’ll run in May.

Chase 500 Festival Rookie Run Saturday, May 10; 11 a.m. The smallest runners, the biggest hearts.

500 Festival Mini-Marathon Expo Thursday-Friday, May 1 & 2 Pick up your packets, shop for the latest official Mini merchandise.

500 Festival Breakfast at the Brickyard, presented by ProLiance Energy Saturday, May 17; 8:30 a.m. Honor Indiana’s Mayors, witness the Queen’s coronation, visit the garages, hear from two-time Indy 500® winner Al Unser, Jr.

Finish Line 500 Festival 5K Saturday, May 3; 7:15 a.m. Go for your goal!

American Family Insurance OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon 500 Festival Community Day Wednesday, May 21; 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, May 3; 7:45 a.m. Drive your car around the track, get Have fun and good luck! driver autographs. Chase 500 Festival Kids’ Day 500 Festival Memorial Service, Saturday, May 10; 10 - 2 p.m. presented by Rolls-Royce Indiana’s largest free children’s Friday, May 23; Noon festival. Honor our fallen heroes on the circle. *All dates and times subject to change.

IPL 500 Festival Paradee Saturday, May 24; Noon A time-honored downtown tradition. KeyBank 500 Festival Snakepit Ball Saturday, May 24; 6 p.m. A black-tie, race-eve tradition known as the place to see the stars. Dinner. Dancing. All at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. 500 Festival Programs

500 Festival Volunteer Program, presented by Citizens Energy Group 500 Festival & Indianapolis 500®

Education Program, presented by Indiana University Health 500 Festival Corporate Member Program, presented by Aon 500 Festival Princess Program 500 Festival KidsFit Program 500 Festival Foundation 500 Festival Intern Program

2014 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Events May 8 Grand Prix of Indianapolis Practice

May 9 Grand Prix of Indianapolis Qualifying

May 10 Grand Prix of Indianapolis

May 10 4th Annual Celebration of Automobiles

May 11-15 & 19 Indianapolis 500® Practice

May 16 Fast Friday

May 17 Indianapolis 500® Qualifying

May 18 Old National Armed Forces Pole Day®

May 22 Indy Lights Practice & Qualifying

May 23 Coors Light Carb Day

May 24 Legends Day Honoring Mario Andretti presented by Firestone

May 25 98th Running of the Indianapolis 500®

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Firestone presents Jason Aldean with special guest Tyler Farr.

Headlining the 2014 Snake Pit Presented by Miller Lite is the #1 DJ in the world, Hardwell, and special guests NERVO and Dillon Francis.

Tickets to the 2014 Indianapolis 500® Mile Race can be purchased online at IMS.com/Tickets or by calling (800) 822-INDY Three-time Indianapolis 500® winner, Dario Franchitti will drive a 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 to pace the 98th running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 25. It’s the 8th time a Camaro has been the pace car, starting in 1967- and the 25th time a chevrolet has paced the race. Franchetti won the Indy 500 in 2007, 2010, and 2012, and he is only the third driver ever to win at least three consecutive IndyCar titles- among four championships overall. Franchetti’s appearance in the Camaro Z/28 pace car signals a new start in his career as he embarks on a driver development role with Chip Ganassi Racing, which will use Chevrolet power in the 2014 Verizon IndyCar season. 2

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The 500 Festival:

Feel the Rhythm of May

Each year hundreds of thousands of people from around the world embrace the magical month of May in Indianapolis. Last year alone, more than 500,000 people attended 500 Festival events. Now in its 57th year, the Festival continues to capture the significance of this month-long celebration both for the community and race fans world-wide. Whether the sounds of feet hitting the pavement, engines revving, bands playing, kids laughing or the cacophony of a parade, the month of May brings energy and vitality to our community each year. This year’s theme, “Feel the Rhythm of May" perfectly describes the role the 500 Festival plays in creating energy and vitality for our community with its 50 annual events and programs. The 500 Festival celebrates the success of the Indianapolis 500® and adds to the quality of life for the citizens of Indiana and their guests. The events and programs, mostly free and produced largely by volunteers, enhance the image of Indianapolis and Indiana by showcasing the city and state’s cultural, educational and social benefits to the world. It takes a great team to make it all possible and we’re extremely fortunate and grateful to our team, particularly our 7,000 devoted volunteers. Thanks to our Board of Directors, Foundation Trustees, staff, sponsors, members, donors, participants, spectators and guests. Special thanks to Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and his team, The Hulman George family and the entire Indianapolis Motor Speedway team. National in scope, yet homegrown in spirit, the 500 Festival energizes the month of May in Indianapolis! Sincerely, John Crisp Chairman of the Board

Bob Bryant 500 Festival President & CEO

John Crisp is a Senior Managing Director/ Principal at Cassidy Turley and specializes in tenant representation and corporate advisory services. He has been named overall Top Producer of the Cassidy Turley Indianapolis Office Division multiple times, and recently earned the prestigious 4 Cornerstones of Commitment Award for his outstanding civic involvement. Prior to Crisp being elected 500 Festival Chairman of the Board, John’s 500 Festival service included chairing the Kids’ Day, Fundraising and Nominating Committees. He was a member of the 500 Festival Snakepit Ball, Memorial Service, Executive, Volunteer, and Finance Committees as well. In 2013, the 500 Festival hired Bob Bryant as its 4th President and CEO. Bryant brings 20 years of experience creating brand-defining successes and significant revenue growth in categories including events, sports, broadcast, motorsports, Bryant entertainment, consumer products, retail and online.

Table of contents 500 Festival Mini-Marathon Expo

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American Family Insurance 500 Festival Community Day

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History of the Mini-Marathon

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Content and art provided by the 500 Festival Marketing Department: Dana Rantovich, Megan Bulla, Kyle Clifton and Brianna Gannon This is a product of Custom Publications a division of Star Media. This feature and others can be found at issuu.com/indystar.

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500 Festival Media Partners

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ADVERTISING SALES Colin Krupchak, sales executive (317) 444-7361 Josh DeLoddere, account manager (317) 444-7122

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500 Festival Mini-Marathon Expo

Grab your gear and go Find the latest in fitness gear at the 500 Festival Mini-Marathon Expo on May 1 and 2. It’s not just for Mini-Marathon and 5K participants, the Expo delivers fun and interactive entertainment for all ages. More than 40,000 people are expected to visit the Expo, which is free and open to the public. ■

Shop fitness apparel, running shoes and race gear from more than 70 vendors including: Nike, Brooks, Moving Comfort, Saucony and ASICS.

Snap a photo with an Indianapolis 500® Pace Car and the Official MiniMarathon Timing Vehicle from Chevrolet.

Be among the first to register and SAVE on the 2015 Mini-Marathon and 5K on May 2, 2015!

500 Festival Mini-Marathon Expo Where: Indianapolis Convention Center, Halls F & G, 100 S. Capitol Ave. When: Thursday, May 1, 4 – 8 p.m.; Friday, May 2, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Cost: Free and open to the public

Cheer. Congratulate. Celebrate.

The Mini-Marathon isn't just for runners or walkers, come to the 500 Festival Post Race Party and cheer on the thousands of participants as they cross the finish line. You'll be so motivated after seeing all of the different types of people crossing the finish line that you'll want to be among the first to register for the 2015 Mini-Marathon! Participants can celebrate with family and friends at the McDonald’s Family Reunion Area in Military Park to enjoy the relaxing benefits of the Post Race Party from 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Participants will find everything they need to regroup, including: ■ Ice-cold Michelob ULTRA ■ Free massages and chocolate milk courtesy of the American Dairy Association Indiana ■ Experience a #MomentofWonder post-race. Stop by the McDonald's® McCafe® vehicle for free McCafe coffee or smoothie samples and cool McDonald's swag ■ Food from local restaurants, vendors and food trucks ■ Merchandise booths ■ Stop in to check race results and watch WISH-TV’s live event coverage. A party isn’t a party without some great music: ■ On the Verizon Entertainment Stage, Heather Michele Chapman will be playing from 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ■ The Flying Toasters will take the stage from 11:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

500 Festival Post Race Party Where: Military Park When: Saturday, May 3, 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Who: Participants and guests of the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon and the Finish Line 500 Festival 5K Feel the Rhythm of May

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OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon

Your accomplishment will be anything but Mini The 38th running of the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon will kick off in the streets of downtown Indianapolis on Saturday, May 3. Another 4,000 runners and walkers will participate in the Finish Line 500 Festival 5K. The race will be televised live on WISHTV from 7 – 10:30 am. With 35,000 participants, the Mini is the nation’s largest half marathon – it’s a Hoosier favorite, with roughly 75 percent of the field from Indiana, but also a global attraction, with participants from 48 states, Puerto Rico and 12 countries. The Mini-Marathon is one of the state’s and the nation’s largest fitness and health initiatives, but the event is more than just a race. The Mini-Marathon is the kick-off to the 500 Festival month of May festivities that celebrate the greatest spectacle in racing – the Indianapolis 500®. Mini participants begin the celebration before the cars even enter the track by running around the 2.5-mile oval at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway® as part of the Mini-Marathon course. Thanks to our thousands of volunteers and great entertainment along the way, the participants enjoy personal treatment, cheering fans and an unforgettable experience that only the Month of May can bring about.

Get Results Fast

A QR code is on each runner’s bib, which allows participants to use their smart phones to scan for their results.

Photo Finish

MarathonFoto photographers will be with you every step of the way to capture your most memorable moments. After the event, be sure to log onto marathonfoto.com to purchase your photos.

Download the Indy Mini App

New this year! The 500 Festival has developed a free app called Indy Mini for Apple and Android devices to provide access to important event details, runner tracking, live results, social media and more!

Official sponsors

OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon Where: Downtown Indianapolis When: Saturday, May 3, 7:45 a.m. Info: 500festival.com/mini-marathon

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Radio partners WFMS 95.5 WJJK 104.5 WWFT i94

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Race to Finish Line for the largest selection of running shoes anywhere.

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Finish Line 500 Festival 5K When: Saturday, May 3, 7:15 a.m. Where: Downtown Indianapolis, same start and finish as the MiniMarathon

Official sponsor

Finish Line 500 Festival 5K

Same fun. Less mileage.

Before 35,000 participants of the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon cross the start line, approximately 4,000 runners and walkers will hit the pavement for the Finish Line 500 Festival 5K on May 3 at 7:15 a.m. The 5K uses the same start and finish as the Mini-Marathon and participants receive many of the same benefits. Runners, walkers and their families are invited to attend the Post Race Party at Military Park beginning at 7 a.m. Postrace festivities include food, drink and live entertainment.

500 Festival Training Series, presented by OrthoIndy

Will. Train. Harder.

If you’re thinking about transitioning from the 5K to the Mini-Marathon, or just want to make sure you’re on pace for the big race, be sure to mark your calendars for the 500 Festival Training Series, presented by OrthoIndy. The Training Series features the use of the ChronoTrack Bib Timing System on certified courses. The Series is a low-pressure opportunity for participants to gauge their progression in preparation for the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon. It gradually increases in distance, coinciding with a typical training program’s schedule. To give you a feel for the Mini, the Training Series courses incorporate parts of the actual Mini-Marathon course. You do not need to be registered for the Mini-Marathon to participate.

Train for your best May 5K: February 7, 2015 10K: March 7, 2015 15K: April 11, 2015

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Chase 500 Festival Kids’ Day

Free fun for all

Each year, more than 40,000 people race to Downtown Indianapolis for the state’s largest free outdoor festival for kids. The Chase 500 Festival Kids’ Day provides engaging family fun on Monument Circle. Fifth Harmony presented by 99.5 WZPL will perform live at this year’s Kids’ Day. Fifth Harmony is an all-girl band consisting of five girls from ages 16-20. They are famous for their 3rd place finish on The X-Factor entertaining crowds by singing pop and R&B hits. Kids can enjoy more than 10,000 prizes from dozens of exhibitors, remote-controlled cars, race car simulator, mini-car racing, race-themed arts and crafts, games, face painting, food and much more! Come experience an action-packed day the whole family will enjoy. And remember, Kids’ Day is free!

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Little exercise, BIG FUN

Kids aged 3 to 12 will hit the pavement for a little exercise and a lot of fun in the Chase 500 Festival Rookie Run. This noncompetitive funrun complements the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon and all participants receive a goodie bag, a bib with No. 1 and a medal.

Chase 500 Festival Kids’ Day When: Saturday, May 10, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Where: Monument Circle Cost: Free and open to the public

Official sponsors

Chase 500 Festival Rookie Run When: Saturday, May 10, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Where: Ohio and Meridian streets, Downtown Indianapolis Cost: $6 through May 8; $10 on-site; $10 T-shirt Info: (317) 927-3378; www.500festival.com

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Will. Plan. Ahead. Register This Year for the 2015 Indy Mini and SAVE BIG! Starting next year, the entry fee for the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon will shift to a tiered format, meaning the earlier you sign up the bigger your savings will be. (More money left for cool running shoes!) If you register during the 2014 Indy Mini weekend, you’ll lock in the low rate of $55 or $30 for the Finish Line 500 Festival 5K! Registration will be available May 1-May 5 only for these special rates, so make the commitment this year!

SATURDAY, MAY 2, 2015 2015 OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon Entry Fee May 1- 5, 2014

Registration Closed May 6 – September 8, 2014 September 9 - October 31, 2014 November 1 - December 31, 2014 January 1 - February 28, 2015 March 1 - April 29, 2015 At Expo

$55 $75 $85 $95 $105 $120

Finish Line 500 Festival 5k Entry Fee May 1 - 5, 2014

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Registration Closed May 6 – September 8, 2014 September 9 - December 31, 2014 January 1, 2015 - Expo

$35 $40

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Doing The Wave Improves The Mini!

New Start System Makes a Better Experience

Participants in the 2014 OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon will be the first to experience the new wave start, designed to create a more efficient, enjoyable running and walking experience. The wave start breaks participants into five separate groups, each with a start time spread 15 minutes apart. Thanks to the Chronotrack bib timing device, an individual’s running time is not impacted by the wave starts. The wave start brings a lot of advantages: r osbb ughmsbakgh ncgi bawca ag _hkbl r owasc wcck^wj akisb wht igcs akis ag msa ag \g`c ugccwj r [ vsaasc bawcakhm jkhs s]dsckshus r ew^sqbdsuk_u shascawkhisha khuj`tkhm phtkwhw Pacemates, Colts cheerleaders and more

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A true breakfast of champions Join Host Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and all Indiana mayors in attendance for a morning filled with entertainment and a hearty Hoosier breakfast.

Guests will be able to: Attend a Q&A with a racing legend Al Unser Jr. ■ Hearty breakfast ■ Garage tours ■ A lap around the track in your own car (weather permitting) ■ Experience the 500 Festival Queen coronation ■

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500 Festival Breakfast at the Brickyard, presented by ProLiance Energy When: Saturday, May 17, 8:30 a.m. Where: Indianapolis Motor Speedway® Plaza Pavilion Cost: $60 per person; $750 for corporate tables Tickets: (317) 614-6400 or 500festival.com

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American Family Insurance 500 Festival Community Day

Live the Indy 500 experience American Family Insurance 500 Festival Community Day is an opportunity for families to enjoy all that the Indianapolis Motor Speedway® has to offer. The event gathers race fans from across Indiana to witness the legendary track up close. One of the most popular activities at Community Day is the opportunity to lap the famed 2.5-mile oval in your own car! Visitors arriving to Community Day have the option to enter the Indianapolis Motor Speedway® through Gate 10 off 30th Street to cruise the track before enjoying the rest of what the event has to offer. Download the waiver from 500festival.com before you go to avoid lines! Also competing as one of the more popular activities at this event is the chance to meet and greet the IndyCar drivers preparing for the Indianapolis 500®. Fans have the chance to line up to meet all 33 drivers giving out autographs in three separate sessions in the afternoon. For children, there are bounce-houses, obstacle courses, face painting and race car simulators. Near the track, attendees can view vintage cars on display in Pit Lane and take a picture with the 500 Festival Princesses in Victory Circle with a trophy, wreath and glass of milk! Don’t miss the Media Pit Stop Competition, with members of the media race to change the tires on a racecar, contending for $5,000 to donate to charity, compliments of American Family Insurance. Combine all of that with numerous exhibitors including most of the local radio stations, our sponsors, tons of games and inflatables for children, prizes and giveaway items at every turn and this one day becomes very memorable for everyone involved. Plus, admission to Community Day includes admission to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum™.

Official sponsors

American Family Insurance 500 Festival Community Day When: Wednesday, May 21, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Where: Indianapolis Motor Speedway® Cost: Adults $10; children ages six and under, free Contact: (317) 614-6400

Media sponsors The Indianapolis Recorder WLHK 97.1 WJJK 104.5 WNOU 100.9 Feel the Rhythm of May

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Running injury? We’ll fix it. See the docs the pros trust!

Scan the QR code by May 26, 2014 to be entered into a drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card. Visit OrthoIndy.com to learn more about OrthoIndy’s Walk-In Clinics. To schedule an appointment, please call (317) 802-2000.

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500 Festival Memorial Service, presented by Rolls-Royce

Honoring those who fearlessly make the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom

It’s only fitting that the 500 Festival kicks off Memorial Day weekend by honoring Indiana men and women who have fallen in service for this great nation. The service includes the Joint Services Color Guard presentation of colors and performances by the National Guard’s 38th Infantry Division Band and the Capital City Chorus. Special guest Ronan Tynan will perform the National Anthem with the 38th Infantry Division Band and a stirring rendition of Amazing Grace. A wreath-laying ceremony – dedicated to the memory of Hoosiers who sacrificed their lives to defend our freedom – includes reading the names of Indiana servicemen and women who have fallen within the past year. A military funeral Cortege, including a horsedrawn caisson presented by the Military Department of Indiana Ceremonial Unit, will symbolize Army soldiers who accompany the deceased’s remains to the gravesite. The riderless horse represents those who fall as warriors and will not ride again. The event will be televised live and commercial-free by WNDY-TV.

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General Frank J. Grass serves as the 27th Chief, National Guard Bureau and as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity, he serves as a military adviser to the President, Secretary of Defense, National Security Grass Council and is the Department of Defense's official channel of communication to the Governors and State Adjutants General on all matters pertaining to the National Guard.

500 Festival Memorial Service, presented by Rolls-Royce When: Friday, May 23, noon Where: North steps of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument Price: Free and open to the public

Media sponsors WFMS 95.5 The American Legion

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Some train for months in hopes of attaining a PR. Some walk with family and friends in memory of a loved one. Some are trying it out for the first time and thrive from the energy of the spirited volunteers. Some make it a tradition to help kick off the month of May in Indianapolis every year. All cross the finish line. The OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon has become one of the 500 Festival’s largest events since its initial running in 1977. The event grew rapidly in the 1980s and even more throughout the 1990s. Today, a field of 35,000 runners and walkers take to Indianapolis streets the first Saturday in May, with another 4,000 participating in the Finish Line 500 Festival 5K.

Important Milestones:

Above left: Pat Nolan, veteran starter for the 500-mile race, gives runner Frank Shorter the traditional checkered flag as he crosses the 'Yard of Bricks' to win the inaugural Mini-Marathon in 1977. PHOTO: FRANK FISSE Above right: The beginning of the 1980 500 Festival MiniMarathon. PHOTO: WILLIAM OATES

1977: Olympian runner Frank Shorter wins the first Mini-Marathon

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1979: Mini becomes official 500 Festival event

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1981: Inaugural Badge Match completion among local public safety agencies takes place 1982: Computers calculated race results for the first time 1984: 500 Club was established, honoring fastest 500 runners 1987: Mini first earned the title “nation’s largest half marathon” based on 5,193 finishers 1989: For the first time, the fastest runners were seeded at the starting line 1990: Mini was broadcast live on WISH-TV for the first time 1993: The Mini increases prize money attracting elite runners from around the world 1997: All finishers received a participant medal 2000: A 5K was added to the race schedule 2001: For the first time, Mini and 5K participants could register for the race online 2002: Gabriel Muchiri sets the course record at 1:01:54 2004: The first Remote Mini-Marathon took place, allowing soldiers deployed in Bosnia to be part of the tradition 2006: Mini registration was expanded to 35,000 participants 2011: Mini offers free runner tracking for spectators to track participants on the course 2014: 500 Festival KidsFit was created, inviting 5th and 6th graders to complete their final mile of the 13-week program on the Mini course 2015: The 2.2 mile mark of the 2015 Mini-Marathon will be the 500th mile in the race's history

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THE CURRENTTHAT KEEPS INDIANAPOLIS CELEBRATING From the pride we feel in bringing you the IPL 500 Festival Parade to the joy of being involved with more than 200 organizations, giving back is always cause for celebration at IPL. Because whether we’re serving meals at a community center or fixing up local parks, the people of Indianapolis truly touch our hearts. IPLpower.com

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A spectacle to see One of the original events produced by the 500 Festival, the IPL 500 Festival Parade has grown to be one of the signature events held in the United States each year. Held on May 24, the eve of the Indianapolis 500®, 300,000 spectators from around the country will line the streets of downtown Indianapolis for one of the nation’s premier parades, alongside the Pasadena Tournament of Roses and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. For the past 57 years, the Parade has been a pillar of Hoosier culture in the 500 Festival event line-up. In addition to a spectacular live event, the Parade is broadcast nationally on NBC Sports Network and locally on CBS affiliate WISH-TV. The Parade features larger-than-life floats, celebrities, marching bands, patriotic and specialty units and giant helium balloons. In addition, the IPL 500 Festival Parade has a distinction that no other parade has — the starting line-up of the 2014 Indianapolis 500® riding in the traditional rows of three.

IPL 500 Festival Parade When: Saturday, May 24, noon Where: Downtown Indianapolis Price: Reserved bleacher seats: $14.50; Reserved chair seats: $19; VIP/TV zone: $32 Tickets: (317) 614-6400; 500festival.com

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Helping hands Shari Castetter and Bill Hardy are longtime 500 Festival volunteers. Castetter works in strategic customer accounts with Parade title sponsor Indianapolis Power & Light Co. Hardy is a senior underwriting consultant with Mini-Marathon title sponsor OneAmerica Financial Partners. We asked them about their experience and what advice they have for newcomers. Q: Why did you become 500 Festival volunteer and return year after year? Castetter: “I’ve been a 500 Festival volunteer for 20-plus years. IPL and I take pride in being good stewards to the community. Volunteering is one of the best ways to show our pride.” Hardy: “I enjoy giving back to the community. It’s great to be part of something that brings all types of people and excitement to the city.” Q: What is your favorite thing about the Mini-Marathon? Castetter: “I have worked the start line for many years, and the start is definitely my favorite. It’s breathtaking to see 35,000 participants take off. It’s a site you never forget.”

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Hardy: “I enjoy the Mini because it’s constantly growing and changing. I enjoy interacting with the participants, spectators and people from around the country and sometimes from other parts of the world.” Q: What is your advice for first-time volunteers? Castetter: “First and foremost, remember to enjoy the experience. There will be stressful moments, but when all is said and done, whether you’re working or participating, we’re all there to have a great time.” Hardy: “I have been volunteering since 2006 and my best advice is just to have fun. Everyone is there to enjoy the events and — usually — the weather. We are there to help make it as enjoyable as possible.”

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Your race party pit stop. From party platters to salty snacks to ice cold drinks, speed into Meijer and flag down great deals to fuel up your race day party.

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Winner’s drink milk! The American Dairy Association Indiana’s float celebrates the timehonored tradition with a larger-than-life milk bottle and racing cow that has experienced the taste of victory!

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Indianapolis Power & Light Company provides the current that keeps Indianapolis celebrating! IPL has sponsored a float in every 500 Festival Parade since its inception in 1957, and has been the title sponsor of the Parade for the past ten years. This year’s float captures the excitement and community celebration of race weekend in Indianapolis.

Eli Lilly and Co.

The 2014 Lilly float celebrates Indy Do Day, a people-powered community day of service where committed residents and organizations partner to improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.

The American Legion

The American Legion is committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans. The rhythm of freedom in America is made possible by the contributions of our heroes represented on The American Legion float.

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Anthem is proud to salute all those who protect and defend our country and especially recognize the many Hoosiers who serve in the United States Armed Forces.

Firestone

Firestone has been the company behind the technology that has driven racing for more than 100 years. From the first Indy 500 in 1911 to today, Firestone knows the way to Victory Lane!

Confucius Institute in Indianapolis

The Confucius Institute’s Racing with a Dragon Boat Rhythm float features a massive smokebreathing dragon which was inspired by the Dragon Boat Festival, a traditional holiday in China. The Confucius Institute of Indianapolis aims to promote Chinese language and culture.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

While celebrating the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing,” this year’s float showcases the uniqueness of some of the upcoming races in the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series.

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The place to be on race eve What’s with the name, you ask?

The Snake Pit has a long, colorful history at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It’s part urban legend, but some of the craziness described by your parents, grandparents or aunts and uncles definitely happened! Fans started to gather in the infield at IMS as early as the 1920s. But the hearty partying didn’t start until the 1970s in the infield inside Turn 1, which became known as the infamous Snake Pit, a combination of Woodstock and Spring Break for thousands of Midwestern kids. In 1981, the track built bleachers in Turn 1 and Snake Pit party-goers migrated to the Turn 4 infield. With increased law enforcement in the early 90’s, the Snake Pit became more of a festive place to be, rather than a party place. The Snake Pit “feel” nearly died out in result. But times and attitudes changed, as did the look of the Speedway. Grandstands were built inside Turn 1, which crimped the style of many in the Snake Pit. The Snake Pit eventually faded away by the mid-1990s. But in recent years – it’s back – now in Turn 3 and with the blessing of Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials. No, it’s no longer your mom and dad’s Snake Pit. That was a one-of-a-kind place, for better or worse. But the new Snake Pit still has the attitude, spirit and mojo of the original. It’s the ultimate place to party during the Indianapolis 500.

The Snakepit Ball has been a race-eve tradition since 2004. Known as the place to see the stars, the official black-tie affair will be host to celebrities and VIPs in town for the largest spectacle in sports, the Indianapolis 500®. Red carpet arrivals will be televised on WTHR-TV beginning at 6 p.m. For the last 11 years, the 500 Festival Snakepit Ball has been host to many celebrities and VIPs. Celebrated on the eve of the Indianapolis 500 with drinks in hand, plentiful amounts of food and live music, it’s a throwback to the ‘anything goes’ mantra of the Indianapolis 500’s of decades past.

KeyBank 500 Festival Snakepit Ball When: Saturday, May 24, 6 p.m. Where: Indiana Roof Ballroom Cost: $275 per person Tickets: (317) 927-3378

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ENHANCING OUR COMMUNITY

Improving Quality of Life At Citizens Energy Group, community investment is part of the fabric of the Public Charitable Trust. The founders of the Trust envisioned a ocebYdu _iY_ Wc^fn dc_ cdfu mklohmd_fu nmfh]ma utility services, but also one that would help customers in need, fuel economic development Ydn `^bbca_ dcdrbacl_ cajYdhtY_hcd` _iY_ help enrich the lives of the citizens in our community. Whether it be employees volunteering to refurbish an Indy Parks facility during the annual Sharing the Dream event, manning a water station during the 500 Festival phdhrpYaY_icd ca bac]hnhdj ldYdohYf `^bbca_ kca education programs from kindergarten through college, Citizens is committed to enhancing the quality of life in the Indianapolis community.

Clockwise from above: Citizens employees help Indy Parks refurbish The Thatcher Park Community Center during our Sharing the Dream Event in January 2014. Citizens employees man a water station during the 2013 500 Festival Mini-Marathon. In partnership with the Indianapolis Colts and the National Energy Foundation, Citizens Energy Savers Poster Contest annually recognizes young artists from three categories (grades K-2, 3-5 and 6-8) for their ability to create a unique poster explaining ways to conserve energy and water in their home and community. Winners Yam dc_hlmn hd bma`cd Xu Y Zh_htmd` ambam`md_Y_h]m Ydn [f^ms _im Zcf_` mascot. Each receives an iPad, tickets to a Colts game and participation hd Yd cdrlmfn YogdcWfmnjmemd_ Y_ _im jYemq

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The key to a successful May At the heart of the 500 Festival events, there are nearly 7,000 volunteers who are critical to making almost 50 events a success. With more than 100 areas of opportunity, the 500 Festival Volunteer Program provides the chance to see festival events up close. Volunteers continue to demonstrate the importance of community and teamwork to the 500 Festival’s success year after year. Nearly 4,000 volunteers help make the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon and the Finish Line 500 Festival 5K possible — a number that includes more than 600 OneAmerica volunteers. In addition, 1,500 volunteers support the IPL 500 Festival Parade. Volunteering for May events is a great way to give back to the community and be part of an Indiana legacy. Those who volunteer will receive a 500 Festival T-shirt, a volunteer program pin, complimentary snacks, refreshments, parking — and guaranteed fun!

Interested in volunteering in 2015? Volunteering at the 500 Festival is a unique and rewarding experience where you can see the community come together for the month of May! There is a job for everyone at every event, whether it’s guiding fourth-grade classes around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway® on Study Trips, being a balloon handler for the IPL 500 Festival Parade, or handing out medals at the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon. Volunteer registration for next spring will open in January 2015 on the Festival website. Spots fill up fast, so don’t wait! For more information about becoming a 500 Festival volunteer, call (317) 927-3378 or visit 500festival.com.

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The 500 Festival Princess Program provides young women opportunities in leadership and service while representing the 500 Festival and the Indianapolis 500. Take a Stand with G. Thrapp Jewelers by participating in 500 Festival events designed to celebrate our community and the Indianapolis 500. For more information, visit www.500festival.com. Allison Jacob, 500 Festival Queen, is wearing jewelry by Ron Hami and Bebe&Tay. Find this jewelry and more at G. Thrapp Jewelers.

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500 Festival Princess program

A unique opportunity to serve Since 1959, the Princess Program has played an integral role in the efforts of the 500 Festival. Over the past 54 years, more than 1,700 women from throughout Indiana have experienced the honor of being selected as a 500 Festival Princess. Fifty four of those young women have served as the 500 Festival Queen. This year’s 33 young women have been selected to serve as ambassadors of the 500 Festival, Indianapolis 500® and their hometowns through the 500 Festival Princess Program. Selected from 230 applicants, they represent 24 cities and towns, 9 schools and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.379. These women will proudly represent the 500 Festival, the City of Indianapolis and their respective hometowns. Princesses attend 500 Festival events and volunteer programs throughout the month of May and the entire year, in addition to involvement in statewide outreach programs of their choosing. Community outreach programs that 500 Festival Princesses have attended this year include: Indiana Pacers basketball games, Indianapolis Indians baseball games, visits to libraries, senior centers, elementary schools and churches across the state of Indiana and participation in other parades including the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Indianapolis and the America Senior Village Parade in Speedway, Ind. One princess will be crowned the 2014 500 Festival Queen at the 500 Festival Breakfast at the Brickyard, presented by ProLiance Energy, and will receive a $2,500 scholarship, courtesy of the 500 Festival and WTHR Channel 13. Apparel and accessory providers include Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Vera Bradley, The Sanctuary on Penn and retro101. Front row: Elizabeth Lecher, Kelsey Shaw, Kelly Fields, Brittany Royer. Row 2: Lauren Isaacs, Sydney West, Kristin Quick, Elizabeth Mertz, Ally Gatmaitan, Patia Storms, Laura Alemán. Row 3: Chelsea Clifton, Adrienne Runge, Danika Smith, Corey Windler, Emma Tiernon, Suzanne Stephan. Row 4: Leslie Ann Lindsay, Lindsay Lausten, Danielle Goeman, Madeline Blackwell, Stephanie Wolfred, Calin Cochran, Michè Smith, Alyssa Dyke. Back row: Brittany Ignas, Caroline Kirkwood, Emily Nickels, Haley Hackman, Brooke Sahm, Caroline McKinney, Mckenna Fiew, Brittany Wagner.

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Sometimes the best place for business … is a party Official sponsors

Corporate orate Mem Members

A.Arnold AAA Hoosier Motor Club ADCO Products, Inc. ADP, Automatic Data Processing American Health and Wellness Ameriprise Financial, Marc Klein Anheuser-Busch Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield AON Apex Benefits Group, Inc. Aqua Systems ATI Baldwin & Lyons, Inc. Barto's Catering Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP Bill Estes Chevrolet BKD, LLP Bose McKinney & Evans Bright House Networks Bright Sheet Metal Co. Inc. BSA LifeStructures Buchanan Group Business Furniture Caldwell VanRiper Cardinal Equity Partners Carey Indiana Carpetbaggers, Inc. Cassidy Turley CBD Marketing CE Reeve Roofing Central Library Events Dept. Indianapolis Public Library Chase Chatham Tap Chubb Group of Insurance Companies Cigna Group Insurance Community Health Network

Community Management Co Managemen Services Conexus Consolidated Insurance Services Crowe Horwath LLP CSO Architects Deliotte LLP Delta Dental of Indiana Dental Options by HRI Dermatology, Inc. Don Schumacher Racing Downey Public Risk Duke Realty EF Transits Elite Beverages Embassy Suites Downtown Emmis Communication Equian Ernst & Young, LLP ERS FE Harding Asphalt Federal Home Loan Bank Finish Line Firestone Diversified Products First Internet Bank Flashpoint Floors To Your Home Franciscan St. Frances Health Frost Brown Todd LLC G. Thrapp Jewelers Gene B. Glick Company Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce Gordon Flesch Harrison College Harry & Izzy's Harshman Property Services Hendricks Regional Health Hilton Indianapolis Hogan Mayflower Moving

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How about one with members-only, behind-the-scenes access to business perks networking? working? O Or VIP treatment reatment and pe erks incentives? for employee mployee participation pation an and incen ntives? It all ccomes with being bein part of one off th the largest larges st community munity fe festivals. For more information inform mation about the 500 Festival estival Corporate Co e Memberships, mberships call (317) 317) 614-6124. 614 Horningg Roofing & Sheet Meta Metal Hunt CConstructionn Huntington Bank Ice Miller IMI Indiana Hospital Association Indiana Sports Corp. Indianapolis Downtown Inc. Indianapolis Marriott Downtown Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis Power & Light Indianapolis Roofing & Sheet Metal Industrial Dielectics Indy Racing Experience INDYCAR Irwin R. Rose & Co., Inc. IUPUI School of PE & Tourism Mgmnt Ivy Tech Community College J C Ripberger Construction Corp. Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Inc. Keller Macaluso, LLC Kennedy Tank & Manufacturing Company KeyBank Kirles Jewelers Kite Realty Group Management LLC Krieg DeVault LLP Langham Logistics Inc LeadJen, LLC Lightbound Littler Mendelson, PC Lucas Oil Raceway Park Markeys Rental & Staging Marsh USA Master Built Construction McGowan Insurance Group McKnight Property Management

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500 Festival & Indianapolis 500® Education Program, presented by Indiana University Health

Indiana fourth-graders put the pedal to the metal The 500 Festival and Indianapolis 500® Education Program, presented by Indiana University Health, strives to educate and foster creativity in thousands of Hoosier fourth graders through historical, social and economic significance of the 500 Festival, Indianapolis 500® and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway®. This Indiana Academic Standards-based curriculum is designed to coincide with Indiana’s fourth-grade focus on state history. The program provides teachers with lesson plans, activities and a corresponding DVD to teach students about the 500 Festival, Indianapolis 500® and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway®. In addition, all classrooms that participate have the opportunity to attend one of eight subsidized Study Trips to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway® in April or May. During the course of the Study Trip, fourth-grade classrooms travel from station to station to learn more about IMS and the Indianapolis 500®. Stations include, but are not limited to: A scavenger hunt in the IMS Hall of Fame Museum™ ■ A tour of the Pagoda and Victory Podium ■ Seeing an IndyCar up close and personal ■ Being inside the Medical Hospital that is used throughout the month of May. ■

There are two new stations at this year’s Study Trip. The Driver Equipment station shows students the ins and outs of a driver’s helmet and what drivers need to wear on race day to stay safe. The Numbers of the 500 station encourages students to think quickly on their feet as they will be given math equations to solve through a Jeopardy game. In 2014, more than 25,000 students will participate in this free program and nearly 9,000 will attend a Study Trip to IMS. Since its inception in 2004, more than 200,000 Indiana fourth-grade students have participated in this Program. The 500 Festival Foundation generates funds to support youth and educational programs of the 500 Festival, such as the 500 Festival & Indianapolis 500® Education Program.

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500 Festival KidsFit

13 weeks of fitness

The 500 Festival is pleased to introduce KidsFit, a new youth fitness initiative for the 2014 season. In an effort to fight childhood obesity, the KidsFit program encourages Indiana youth to be more active and pursue a healthy lifestyle. KidsFit is a 13-week program that will target 5th and 6th grade students across the state of Indiana. The 500 Festival has identified and aligned program activities with the Indiana Department of Education’s Indiana State Academic Standards for Health and Physical Education. Participants of the program will complete 12 weekly lessons/activities. Participants will log and track their progress, running one mile each week leading up to the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon. The goal is for students to run 13.1 miles over the course of a 13-week period, the equivalent of a half marathon. The program will culminate on May 3, 2014 when a select number of participants are invited to downtown Indianapolis to finish their final 1.1 mile along the MiniMarathon course. Students will finish at the same finish line as the 35,000 participants who run the Mini each year. Each finisher will receive a medal and a t-shirt and will have an authentic Mini-Marathon experience. Registration for the 2015 program will open in early fall 2014.

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Board of Directors Row 1: from left to right- Jim Freeman, Gretchen Snelling, Gary Aletto, Bob Bryant, John Crisp, Larry Delia, Justin Christian, Kris Altice, Zack Scott, Cathy Langham Row 2: from left to right- Doug Boles, Natalie Roberts, Rob Hillman, Steven Dwyer, Jeff Sweet, Pat Walsh, Mike Wells, Susan Massela, Mike Marchetti, Patty Martin, Bill Henley Row 3: Ted Dickman, John Boss, Bob Brody, Bob McElwain, Paul Sinclair, Mike Strohl, Jeff Belskus, Arthur Coffey, M.D. Not pictured: David Bratton, Doug Brown, Leslie Carter-Prall, Tim Dunn, David Pentzien

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COO Bright Sheet Metal Co., Inc.

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General Counsel Shiel Sexton Company, Inc.

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President & CFO Hulman & Company

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President Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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President & CEO Conexus Indiana

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David Pentzien Owner Tap Ventures, LLC

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Doug Brown

Vice President of Community Affairs OneAmerica Financial Partners, Inc.

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Vice President of Corporate Affairs Indianapolis Power & Light

President- Ohio Valley District UPS

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President & CEO BCforward

President Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of Indiana

Arthur Coffey, M.D.

Director of Cardiovascular Surgery Indiana University Health

Cathy Langham

President & Owner Langham Logistics, Inc.

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Mike Marchetti

Mike Strohl

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Senior VP of Customer Relations & Corporate Affairs Citizens Energy

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Senior Director, Lilly Diabetes Eli Lilly and Company

General Manager Hilton Indianapolis

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Vice President, Human Resources Simon Property Group

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Front Row from left: Mary Clare Broadbent, Alpha Blackburn, Greg Fennig, Betty Stilwell Back Row from left: Jerry Semler, Al Smith, Jr, John Ackerman, Al Wurster, Scott Thiems, General Stewart Goodwin, David Kosene Not pictured: Dr. Gene Sease, Connie Lund, Tom McGowan, Steven Schenck, Mari Hulman George, Charlie Morgan, Marlyne Sexton, Howard Shearon, Cindy Simon Skjodt, Steve Walker Chairman: Betty Stilwell Vice Chairs: Al Smith, Jr. and Cindy Simon Skjodt

500 Festival Staff

Front row from left: Josh Reichart, sponsorship services manager; Valerie Grudzien, program manager; Bob Bryant, president & CEO; Pam Klein, independent contractor corporate membership; Lisa Velasquez, executive assistant; Eric Rowles, event director. Second row from left: Jennifer Livesay, volunteer manager; Jen Lowe, director of finance; Kelby Hicks, program and development manager; Megan Bulla, communications manager; Dana Rantovich, vice president of marketing; Toni Meyer, event director. Back row from left: Dave Wilson, vice president of corporate sponsorship; Ben Pawelak, ticketing & customer service manager; Sean Carlin, operations manager; Brett Sanford, event manager. Not pictured: Glenn Amos, event coordinator; Terry Powers, vice president of operations; Carrie Webber, receptionist/customer service.

Special Thanks ■ State of Indiana, Governor Mike Pence ■ City of Indianapolis, Mayor Greg Ballard ■ Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department ■ Indianapolis Motor Speedway ■ Indianapolis Fire Department ■ Department of Public Works ■ Indiana State Police ■ Indiana National Guard ■ Indianapolis Department of Public Safety ■ Department of Homeland Security

The 500 Festival Foundation is a fullycharitable 501(c)3 organization dedicated to generating funds in support of educational and youth programming initiatives of the 500 Festival, such as the 500 Festival and Indianapolis 500® Education Program, presented by Indiana University Health and the 500 Festival KidsFit Program. To contribute, send your donations to: 500 Festival Foundation 21 Virginia Ave., Suite 500 Indianapolis, IN 46204 For more information, contact the 500 Festival Office at (317) 927-3378. Feel the Rhythm of May

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WIN!

Show off your coloring skills and you could win a 500 Festival and Indianapolis 500 Ticket Package! The 500 Festival is hosting a digital coloring contest, and it's as easy as 1-2-3. 1. Using the car above, color or decorate your own race car 2. Take an Instagram photo of your creation 3. Tag @500Festival for a chance to win: • Two 2014 Indianapolis 500 tickets • Two IPL 500 Festival Parade tickets and • Two American Family Insurance 500 Festival Community Day tickets! Winner will be selected and contacted on Wednesday, May 14. Good luck!

Want to upgrade your experience for the family?

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway offers the fastest Kids Club in town. For a minimal fee of only $25. We’re more than just racing! Families have been coming to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for over a century. Why? Because we continue to put on high-caliber, affordable, family-friendly events. So pack a cooler, throw the kids in the car and be part of a truly unique American tradition; a day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Don’t forget to stop by our FREE Kid Zone packed with LIVE music, dancing, games, prizes and lots of fun! Children 12 and under are FREE every race weekend!

just for fun

How many race cars?

You know on race day that 33 cars will zoom around the track. But do you know how many race cars appear in this guide? See if you can spot all of them! Look on all the pages – in the photos, the ads, the logos – and see how many you can find!

For the answer, see page 35 or go to www.issuu.com/indystar.

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Al Unser, Jr.

500 FESTIVAL BREAKFAST AT THE BRICKYARD, PRESENTED BY PROLIANCE ENERGY May 17. Honor Indiana’s mayors, witness the queen coronation, watch Indy 500 Qualifications and hear from two-time Indy 500® winner Al Unser, Jr.

AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE 500 FESTIVAL COMMUNITY DAY May 21. Get driver autographs and drive your car around the track.

IPL 500 FESTIVAL PARADE May 24. Wave to the drivers, marvel at the floats and balloons, and cheer on the bands. Group tickets available.

Call 317-614-6400 or go to 500FESTIVAL.COM to purchase tickets.

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