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  • 2008_Indianapolis_500_Start   Indianapolis 500, 100th Running

    “The greatest spectacle in racing” is celebrating a major milestone this year. On May 29th, 2016 Indianapolis Motor Speedway will host its 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 mile race! That’s pretty epic by anyone standards. Fans from all across the world come to central Indiana to share in the excitement and our Hoosier Dairy..

  •   Winners Drink Milk Award set for presentation to reigning 500 champ Montoya at Sat’s Drivers’ Meeting

    INDIANAPOLIS – One of the most popular and recognized traditions at the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race is showcased annually through presentation of the Winners Drink Milk Award by American Dairy Association Indiana (ADAI). During Saturday morning’s Public Drivers’ Meeting at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, ADAI general manager Deb Osza will present the coveted award to reigning 500..

  •   American Dairy Association honors Alexander Rossi as 42nd Fastest Rookie

    INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis 500 first-year driver Alexander Rossi has been honored by American Dairy Association Indiana (ADAI) as recipient of its 42nd annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Award. The presentation took place today (Tuesday, 24 May 2016) during a luncheon at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Pagoda Plaza Pavilion. Over 300 by-invitation guests attended, including representatives of the Speedway..

  • Janet-and-Joe-Indy-2016   2016 Indianapolis 500 Milk Preference Poll

    In 1939, three-time Indy 500 winner Louis Meyer requested a bottle of cold buttermilk, and since that fated day, Indianapolis 500 drivers quench their thirst with an ice cold bottle of milk from our Indiana dairy farms. For the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, the beloved tradition continues! The winning driver will receive a..

  • Jimmy Vasser 2   What Is The Fastest Rookie Luncheon?

    The Month of May is always special around our office.  The Drink of Milk in Victory Lane is something we hold near and dear to our hearts.  But there’s another Indy 500 tradition that we’re fond of that isn’t as well known. Since 1975, the American Dairy Association Indiana has honored the Fastest Rookie driver..

  • Race Flags on black   Fuel Up to Play 60 Schools Know #WinnersDrinkMilk!

    You can’t deny the month of May takes on special meaning in Indiana.  Many of our Fuel Up to Play 60 schools are celebrating in the spirit of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing and Winners Drink Milk. Shawswick Middle School in Bedford celebrated Dairy Week at the end of April, getting everybody in the racing..

  •   Indianapolis 500 ‘Fastest Rookie’ recipients

    INDIANAPOLIS – The 42 recipients of American Dairy Association Indiana’s Fastest Rookie of the Year Award at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and their winning speeds, are: 2016                            Alexander Rossi                              ..

  •   American Dairy Association Indiana to host 42nd consecutive Fastest Rookie awards luncheon

    INDIANAPOLIS – Five Indianapolis 500 first-year drivers will vie for the 42nd annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Award presented by American Dairy Association Indiana (ADAI) and its Hoosier dairy farm families. ADAI has sponsored the Fastest Rookie award since its inception in 1975, making it one of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s longest running programs..

  •   Dague, Kelsay set to deliver Victory Circle milk

    INDIANAPOLIS – Every driver in the 2016 Indianapolis 500-Mile Race will want to make the acquaintance of two Hoosier dairy farmers on Sunday afternoon, May 29. And they’ll know exactly where to find them. Janet Dague and Joe Kelsay will be standing, customized cooler in hand, on some of Central Indiana’s most valuable real estate..

  • Joe Kelsay   Meet the Indy 500 Rookie Milk Man!

    You might have caught our blog about this year’s Indianapolis 500 Milk Woman, but what does it take to be the official Milk Person and hand the winning driver the famous Drink of Milk? Well, it takes a year of intense training to perfect the hand off. So this year’s Rookie Milk Man, Joe Kelsay,..

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