From now until late December the dull of a hump day evening is no more! Let your imagination come to life as you enter the Indianapolis Zoo this holiday season where you and your family can enjoy the festive side Read more
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Author Archives: Jack Meehan
About Jack MeehanWhen you can’t find him on the links with his dad or committing acts of tomfoolery, you can find Jack Meehan at Butler University. As a Junior majoring in Strategic Communications and the current CEO of his own life, Jack dabbles in everything PR related with hints of advertising gimmicks here and there. With two marketing internships under his belt, one promotional and one digital, his new-found love for the industry is flourishing. During his time at DigitalRelevance, his love for blogging began from a deeply rooted ego and false notion that people actually cared about what he is writing. His masterpieces can be seen on the Do317 blog series as well as Yahoo!’s Small business advisor and DigitalRelevance company blog. Former class clown and present-day entrepreneur, Jack loves to give his audiences exactly what they didn't expect: A good read.
As a young adult, I’ll do anything for the adventure. In the past that habit has lead me to mountain biking the Rockies, rock climbing canyons in Kentucky and even cliff diving in Mexico. However, if you’re a fellow thrill-seeker Read more
As downtown celebrated the Circle of Lights last week, the luminescence of the city isn’t the only sign that Indianapolis is ready to ring in the holiday spirit. Kicking off on December 6th, the 28th annual Duke Energy Yuletide Celebration Read more
When it comes to quick eats in Central Indiana, there’s no better destination to cure your appetite faster than Broad Ripple Village. Whichever direction you choose to enter from, North, South, East or West, this mecca of food and drink Read more
A city boasting intimate music venues isn’t something that rolls off the tongue when recommending Indianapolis to travelers. Quite frankly, Indianapolis isn’t even on the radar for many concertgoers when it comes to live music. Sure, downtown caters to large Read more