FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2011 (ORLANDO, FLA.)—The United States Indoor Sports Association today announced Indianapolis, Indiana, as the site of its 2012 Facility Operator’s Conference & Trade Show. Also known as the “Circle City”, Indianapolis is the United States’ 11th largest city, centrally located and well known for sports and culture. This year, its famed Motor Speedway celebrated the 100th anniversary of the “Indianapolis 500.” Indianapolis also serves as the home of the NCAA, The Big Ten Conference basketball championship, the NBA’s Pacers, the NFL’s Colts and host of the 2012 Super Bowl. Approximately 10 indoor soccer and multi-sport facilities also reside in the Indianapolis and surrounding area. The event will be held June 11-14 at the Hyatt Downtown Regency.
About the Event
USIndoor’s 2012 Conference & Trade Show will be its 12th Annual, providing programming, sessions and an atmosphere unequaled for education and networking for the indoor sports recreational industry. Learning tracks are divided for experienced operators and startups, and the Conference also features a Certified Arena Operator course, Facility Bus Tour and social events. For an event history, including past Programs and sponsor and exhibitor listings, visit USIndoor Conference. For more about Indianapolis, Visit Indy!
Founded in 1998, USIndoor is a member organization of 400 sport facilities, startups and corporate members. USIndoor offers a range of products and services that support multi-sport indoor recreational sport facilities. Corporate affiliates provide products and services including insurance, building construction, flooring, dasher boards, apparel, management software, youth programming, background checks, ATMs, office supplies, and consulting. In addition, USIndoor promulgates Official Rules and certifies referees for indoor soccer, publishes two national magazines (GO Indoor and GOAL Online), provides numerous members-only services, administers a vital social media presence, and provides online news and information at USIndoor.com. The Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association has estimated that the US indoor soccer market consists of 4.2 million youth and adult players.