In 1976, the Indianapolis Mayor William Hudnut III dedicated himself to put Indianapolis on the map by creating an "IndiaSHOWplace," encouraging economic development, business, construction, and ultimately creating the Amateur Sports Capital of the world which developed into Indianapolis hosting one of the most successful Super Bowl events in 2012. As the city continues to grow from Hudnut's vision it offers an amazing place to live. With forward thinking school systems, such as Washington Township and award winning private and parochial schools educating students who pave the way to careers beyond our current imagination. Offering a diverse cultural community, Indianapolis is ranked second as a City for Culture and a multitude of museums including the nationally recognized Indianapolis Children's Museum, Indianapolis has become a melting pot. Join us, and the many business who call this home, and experience all Indianapolis and the suburbs have to offer. Click here for more information.
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