Attendance by
the numbers

  • 6th Consecutive Year Above 615,000 Fans
  • Average Attendance - 8,845

 

Your Perfect Partner

"Official _____ of the Indianapolis Indians"

 

Designation included:

  • Utilization of Indians Logos/Rights
  • Logo recognition on Official Sponsors page of IndyIndians.com
  • The Indians did not accept any other partners in the _________ industry 

Summer-Long Exposure

Victory Field signage is seen by more than 650,000 fans every season.

Most fans attend 1-3 games per year, providing a significant opportunity to reach unique fans at each game.

Plus, all digital signage at Victory Field is in high definition and complemented by a fully digital audio experience creating a clean and crisp presentation.

In The Community

When you’re the oldest sports franchise in Indianapolis, it’s inevitable you create lasting and impactful connections in the community.

Player appearances and community programs extend the Tribe’s reach beyond Victory Field. Ticket donations and nonprofit activations bring the Indianapolis community to the game.

Right Field Fixed Signage

  • One of only eight fixed signs surrounding the Victory Field video board 
  • Signage was visible from the JW Marriott Indianapolis and eastbound traffic on West Washington Street
  • Signage was also visible during all outside events at Victory Field, such as the IHSAA State Baseball Championships, ND vs. IU baseball game and corporate facility rentals

Inning Signage

_______ engaged fans during every game on the only outfield wall signage available at Victory Field!

Sponsor received ______ hours of digital signage throughout the 2018 season

Signage averaged ______ minutes each game

Takeover Signage

Half (1/2) Inning - 70 games

 

During each Indians home game, ______ was able to engage fans through signage on all video boards

Digital signage takeover included:

  • Full screen signage on the left field board
  • Full screen signage on two ribbon boards
  • Digital signage on the right field banner

 

________ received nearly ______ hours of digital signage during the 2018 season!

Digital signage averaged _____ minutes each game

Home Plate Signage

One (1) Inning - 70 Games

 

_______ received one (1) inning of home plate rotational signage during every home game 

Signage was visible during live game action and was seen by thousands of fans at all Indians home games and by TV viewers

Concourse Signage

______ captured the attention of fans on Victory Field's bustling concourse as they made their way to the seating area, concession stands, restrooms and gift shops

Signage was visible during all Indians home games and outside events, which included Notre Dame v. IU, IHSAA State Finals and the Victory Field Classic

digital Signage

Five (5) Minutes - 70 Games

 

_______ engaged fans through digital signage every game at Victory Field during the 2018 season!

Digital Signage included:

  • Full screen signage on two (2) ribbon boards
  • Signage on the right field video board

Toyota Lawn

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Concessions

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Picnic Areas

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Engaging Promotions

There’s opportunity for fan engagement every half inning at Victory Field.

Our team assists its partners in developing creative promotional opportunities for fans.

Plus, our digital ribbon boards that line the stadium create moments of exclusivity for partners and their messages both during the game and between innings.

Pregame Promotions

Every Home Game - 70 Games

Prior to the start of each home game, ____________, courtesy of __________!

Promotion included:

  • Digital takeover with PA announcement

Situational Promotions

Situational Promotion - 70 Games

 

________ rewarded fans based on the on-field success of the Tribe! 

Promotion included:

  • Pregame PA with digital signage
  • PA with digital signage each time the promotion was successful
  • Post on Indians Facebook and Twitter social media channels each time the promotion was successful

 

in-Game Promotions

In-Game Promotion - ______

 

_______ enabled fans to take to the field for the _________ promotion!

Promotion included:

  • PA/Emcee announcement
  • Full graphic on the Right Field Videoboard to begin and end the promotion
  • Digital signage on all boards 

Replays

_______ reached over 600,000 fans attending games in-park and also extended its engagement throughout Central Indiana via Indians media channels

Replay sponsorship included:

  • Logo recognition on the right field video board and two (2) ribbon boards during designated replays 
  • _______ logo was shown on Indians telecasts before and after replays
  • _______ received recognition on designated replays posted to Indians and outside social channels

Postgame Promotions

 

Promotion included: 

  • PA announcement
  • Full screen graphic on the Right Field Video Board to begin and end the promotion
  • Full screen graphics on all digital signage platforms

Event Sponsorship

________ Night 

[Date]

_______ engaged fans during a bustling _____ game with ______ in attendance!

Activation opportunities included:

  • Four (4) minutes of digital signage 
  • Table/vehicle display on the concourse
  • Ceremonial pitch and pregame ceremony
  • Live radio interview 
  • In-game t-shirt toss promotion 


Super hero
Night with
Black Panther

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Concourse Marketing

[Dates]

_______ received _____ concourse sampling events at Victory Field 

The sponsor received a table on the Coors Light Cove patio to interact with fans and distribute samples

Over _____ fans were in attendance between the dates!

Social Media

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Ad Elements

The _______ engaged fans beyond the walls of Victory Field with radio and program advertisements!

Media package included:

  • One (1) full page souvenir program advertisement 
  • Two (2) :30 radio advertisements during each Indians broadcast (280 total spots)

Website

Enter Content Here

Digital / Social

Indianapolis Indians social media accounts are some of the most followed in Minor League Baseball.

Our marketing and corporate sales teams offer unique solutions to extend partnerships on and off the field.

Twitter (73k) /Facebook (110k) /Instagram (17k) Followers + MiLB Ranks

In-Park Entertainment

Victory Field can host a group of any size.

Whether it’s a corporate family outing, class trip or business meeting on our suite level, our staff offers flexible opportunities for groups and creates memorable experiences sure to please the crowd.

Hospitality

_______ was able to entertain family, friends and employees with a personalized hospitality package at Victory Field!

Package included:

2018 schedule

 From the start, the Indians impressed us with their efficient, professional approach to our partnership. They were always willing to go the extra mile and come to the table with ways to optimize promotional elements. Toyota was able to garner a seamless interaction with the Indians' fans and truly become part of the fabric of the ballpark. The ease of execution of our partnership were much more intimate than many Major League teams and their willingness to go beyond the call of duty is unrivaled. 

 

-Grecca Gonzalez, Director of Communications
for Saatchi & Saatchi

2019 Schedule

From the start, the Indians impressed us with their efficient, professional approach to our partnership. They were always willing to go the extra mile and come to the table with ways to optimize promotional elements. Toyota was able to garner a seamless interaction with the Indians' fans and truly become part of the fabric of the ballpark. The ease of execution of our partnership were much more intimate than many Major League teams and their willingness to go beyond the call of duty is unrivaled.

 

-Grecca Gonzalez, Director of Communications
for Saatchi & Saatchi

Notes and Specs

  • Please reference the attached specifications sheets for detailed information regarding your digital, media and print elements
  • Absolutely NO white backgrounds will be allowed on in-park digital artwork per MLB guidelines
  • May use same Right Field Banner, Left Field Video Board and First Base and Third Base Ribbon Boards for all games, if desired
  • May use same artwork from 2018 season, if desired
  • Prizes may be dropped off or shipped to Sydney Glover at 501 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, IN 46225

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3 volutpat neque (sollicitudin) $273.7
4 onsequat nisi (nunc quis) $862.1
5 finibus ornare (placerat) $927.7

 

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Text can be "Centered" or,

Text can be "Right aligned" 

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