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Volume 26 No. 60
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Indianapolis' Victory Field Adding Luxury Club Behind Home Plate

Victory Field, the home of the Triple-A Int'l League Indianapolis Indians, will feature a "posh club behind home plate, featuring 4,500-square-feet of air conditioned space, a bar shaped like home plate, big screen TVs and a 37-foot retractable glass wall" next season, according to Dana Hunsinger Benbow of the INDIANAPOLIS STAR. The VIP space will be "named Elements Financial Club as part of a multiyear partnership with the Midwest-based credit union." The luxury club can "seat up to 200 fans, with a mix of premium ticket options that include 10 private four-person loge boxes and open-table club tickets for groups, season plans and single-game options." The space is expected to be "ready by the Indians' opening day next year." The club is the "largest investment at Victory Field since it opened" in '96. The Indians "are not disclosing financial details of the deal with Elements Financial" (INDIANAPOLIS STAR, 8/2).