INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Boles says Speedway changes coming soon

2013-07-12T12:57:00Z 2013-07-12T18:27:20Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Boles says Speedway changes coming soonGerry Dick Inside Indiana Business
July 12, 2013 12:57 pm  • 

The new president of Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corp. says fans can expect "noticeable" changes at the track next year. Doug Boles says it is a "great challenge" to create a balance between increasing revenue and keeping events affordable for the thousands of fans emotionally invested in the historic venue. During an appearance this weekend on Inside INdiana Business Television, Boles says "there are a lot of job ones."


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