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IndyGo raises more than $105K from 2nd annual golf outing



Indianapolis, Indiana — The IndyGo Foundation’s second annual golf outing at Eagle Creek Golf Course brought in more than $105,000.

The amount exceeds the $75,000 target set by the foundation.

The event’s proceeds, according to a press release, will support the foundation’s initiatives to improve access to public transportation. Nearly 200 golfers signed up for the tournament, and 65 businesses supported it by playing on teams, providing sponsorships, or making donations.

“We are touched by the outpouring of support for this year’s event and are grateful to everyone who participated,” said Emily Meaux, executive director of the IndyGo Foundation, in a statement. “The amount raised this year reflects the growing importance of our mission and will allow us to further invest in moving Indianapolis forward as we help increase mobility for all.”

Multiple sponsors volunteered to make the outing possible:

Food & Beverage Sponsors
• Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc.
• Lumin-Air
• Shiel Sexton, Stantec and Shrewsberry

Gold Sponsors
• Drewry Simmons & Vornehm, LLP
• Watchmen Security

Silver Sponsors
• American Structurepoint
• Applied Engineering Services, Inc.
• Bose McKinney & Evans LLP
• The Indianapolis Foundation
• CorVel Corporation
• Ellis Mechanical
• EZ EV powered by Tesco
• Fifth Third Bank
• Flowbird
• HDR, Inc
• Kroger, Gardis & Regas, LLP
• Lochmueller Group
• RATP Dev USA, Inc.
• Regions Bank
• Shuck Corporation
• Stifel

Bronze Sponsors
• Avail Technologies, Inc.
• Fineline Printing Group
• Hanson Professional Services Inc.
• Infrastructure Engineering
• Marathon Health
• Momentum Dynamics
• The National Bank of Indianapolis
• T-Mobile USA, Inc.