This event is for Indy Chamber members only.
Over the last year, we’ve talked a great deal about our Chamber of the Year designation—specifically calling out that in 2020, the Indy Chamber loaned and granted more than $23 million to small businesses. Now, we’re ready to properly elevate and celebrate those businesses.
You are cordially invited to save the date for the Chamber of the Year celebration on Monday, May 2, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Lucas Oil Plaza. During the event, there will be brief remarks from Indy Chamber Board Chair, Melissa Proffitt, Indy Chamber President and CEO, Michael Huber, and Mayor Joe Hogsett, among others. In addition, throughout the event, you are invited to sample snacks, explore goods, and connect with some of the small businesses that the Indy Chamber assisted in their time of need.
This celebration and our commitment to supporting the business community would not have been possible without your engagement. We invite you to save the date and register to join us for a proper celebration this May!
Know Before You Go:
We want to make sure you have all the information you need before heading to the Chamber of the Year Celebration on May 2. Below you will find the details for parking, entering, and celebrating with Indy Chamber staff, board members, small businesses, and more! This is an indoor event, so rain or shine, we’ll party on!
Onsite parking is available in the South Lot, which can be accessed through Gate 6 off Capitol Ave. or Gate 1 off Missouri St. Parking is $10 per vehicle. Cash or credit is accepted at both gates. If you plan to pay with cash, it must be exact change. Metered street parking is also available surrounding the stadium. If you work downtown, we encourage you to walk to the event.
Entering Lucas Oil Stadium:
If you choose to walk to Lucas Oil Stadium, your closest entrance will be the North Gate. If you are parking in the South Lot, enter through the South Gate and proceed around the east side of the concourse following the directional signage.
This event is a celebration of course! Alongside remarks from our very own Michael Huber and the City’s very own, Mayor Joe Hogsett, you can also look forward to:
- Small business showcase with delicious food and beverage samples. Some of the small businesses participating include:
- Nameless Catering
- O’Reilly’s Irish Pub & Restaurant
- Public House
- The Jazz Kitchen
- The Neidhammer
and many more!
- Music from some of Indiana’s most talented musicians including the great saxophonist, Rob Dixon.
- Photo booth by TapSnap where you can take home a photo with the Chamber of the Year trophy.
We’re looking forward to seeing you at the Chamber of the Year Celebration on May 2 at Lucas Oil Stadium!